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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 7, 1912


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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THE BANNERPUBUSHKO Primary Date'Will Not Be Change. -- ------- .-_ -- '.- '\

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At ChlplT Fla. of the primary changed from 4'..' ,..;<'':... ,

April 30 to May 1, in order that : ".
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Chairman Price, of the State .

Ad TartUInc rate Inroishad on application. Democratic executive committeesays .
that a majority of the .committee .- :
Communication on live .topics especially ,
of local Interest are solicited. 1Is failed to favor the postponement : .
understood: however..that; the publish- I
ot THB BABHKB will not be ,responsible I and that the old date

for opinions expressed by correspondents i will have: to stand. i .

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TTK BANHKB: wants a live representative However, had thedate been
and correspondent< atevety postofflc! i
In the county and will make liberal arrangements set forward one day the voters -

with the rlurt parties. :would have bad thirty-five days ,,. .. I '{ 5aFURNITUkE1F

more in which tor pay their poll i
THURSDAY.! M.. oH. 7. 101a. And Our Prices
,. taxes while now, with the dateas j .

originally set the poll taxes
.Too otten instead of being sorry :
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for our misdeeds we are mere- r"\ '
March 9th of the voter will be Are Lowest.' :

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convicts brought tunds Sunday.. May 12th, Mother's Day.. ","".'".,.',".'... .', .- Com See. ', .." .: ... .
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amounting ta 312953.88 to her Governor Gilcrist has desig- vw.r"{. '1:,..' '.'"I ... '. ', .>1'"' \: .'r:
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treasury last year. The peonage ,nated and proclaimed.Sunday, '!," "4. \ '. ..If, -',"'' "

system certainly pays. the 12th day of May as Mother's <. ," "I!,r'i""" "}' '

Day and recommends that it be .' 'I'-' "

A new industry for Jacksonville observed in all homes and in all Campbell & Dekle Company.ramint .

.. is announced as the South- churches by the people- of Flor- .

ern Ginger Beer Co, which is to' da.

establish a plant in that city. In three years' time Mother's:

Day has become national .
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Last year it was celebrated by ANNOU CFMENTS. For Tax Collector. Good Counsel. -
We are only a little while on
I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
state Union. It
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t : the road to the mound with a every Tax Collector of Washington county In looking over pile
Political announcements under this my. scrap
also celebrated in 'of .the subject to the action of the Democratic
r .cross above it. Why not be hao- head will be $5 for all county officers ex primaries. If elected 1 will endeavor at the other day,,I,found these ten
foreign countries, and it will soon cept County Commissioners and membersof all times to discharge the affairs. In the
py and cheerful along the way? office with fairness to all. business commandments. I do
.. recognized by every nation'ofthe : School Board.which will be$3.50each.All I thank you for all past favors and solicit -
know '' but
T wrote them
world. announcements must be paid for In your support and Influence In the '
ad vance. coming primaries. I amYours think they areworib? while so
One'oC' our exchanges saysthere'll On that day every''o ne. should truly,
be sprinkling of black H. B. TILLER.For will pass themalongw:: "
a show .
some special th uihtfQl. For !SherlfC! : < r* ..1

birds in the Taft, pice. Wonder ness for their'mother if living or, 1 hereby announce myself a candidate. Superintendent Publta Instruction H'2 r,.,:.T-:

what will be in' Roosevelt's por to her memory if she be death for the Sheriff action of of Washington the Demacratle county Primaries,subjectto and To especially the citizens registered of Washington voters county: After Thou shall not wait for something -

ridge. It is recommended that on that Thanking and Influence you In, advance I am for your support County having carefully Superlntendentof considered Public the duties Instruc of .to turn apt; .but shall pull

each one wear a white flower,' or JOHN Your truly WILLIAMS.: tion and being solicited by some of my off thy coat and go'to work that
Another factory for the production the flower which pleased her' self strongest a candidate friends for 1 hereby the above announce office, sub my* tbou mayst prosper Ip thy affairs

Remember Motber's- Day and I li reby'Announce my candidacy for Ject to the. action of the Democratic primaries and make the. word! "failure"
.of sweet potato flour, cassava -
the Democratic nomination of Sheriff of and If elected promise faithful .
flour banana coffee, canned obseove. it. Washington COBOt.,. II nominated and service and to conduct the business of spell "success.". { :"'
... ,' elected I promise! to faithfully discharge the office In such a way as to reflect credit '
preserved and evaporated fruit all tbe duties of the 'omc, especially so on myself and my constituents. I will It. ,-'
In the prompt execution and service of appreciate yonr votes and your trust Imposed -
and vegetables has been startedin Circuit Court Jurors. processes and writs both criminal and In me. Thanking you In advance, Thou.shalt not be content to go
Kissimmee. "' civil Issuing from the various courts of 1 desire to remain your. servant. about busineis'looking! line a
the thy :
The:following are those drawnto county.I W. T. IIOBNE. '
a respectfully) solicit the support of the' bum, for thou shouldst know
serve as.jurors ,at the '''spring voters In the Democratic. Primaries with for Member Scbool Board-2nd f>Ut. "
We favored the plan made'looking'to a conscientious derlre to discharge,' ifelected I hereby announce that thy personal 'appearance is
term of the W sbington-county' ,every duty of the office with 10J'alt7 a candidate .. '
the. changing of the which to your. Interest. I better than a letter of recommendation -
court convenes at Vernon,. Yours .
date of the first primary from Monday March 18:. HENRY very I! RBIOR. District the Democratic. No. 2, sujbect the If you action see fit of *-. t.-\

April 30 to May 1, as, we believe W. H.. Fleming W. BLaasiter to nominate and elect me to I t 1'11'Thou
To the people of Washington county( place, I promise you tbe best service
this would have meant a much B.: F. Swindle Dallas. Finch I am a candidate. for sheriff and earnestly possible for me to render. It Is shalt not try. to make excuses -

larger vote than seems possible A. E. Register G. W. JohnsonW. II request your consideration In the ..Thanking you In advance for your vote ; nor shalt thou say to those
Democratic well
primaries. My past life la a as your Influence '
under the'present' arrangement. B. Coxwelt J. A, DavisL. mv best recomemlatlon and I assure you neighbors|In my behalf I am among your, who chide.thee;."I did not think.
D.: Harmon F. Bullock of a clean able' and fair administrationof Yours truly,, .
H. L. Ellis W. H. Phillips the duties. of tbe office without fear or AMOS. II'. ROOKS.. IV); ",

There is a rapid swinging O. H. Ml11e.J...E. Porter chelf favor executive> should you officers choose of the me your I For County CommlMlomcr Diet, No. 2. Thou shalt not be told
Jno. H.. Anderson J. W. Kelley shall make the race on my own merits.I To comply with a Dromls to friends what thou.shalt'do;;, nor in what
from the old worship of macadam I know nothing of political wlro pulling
J. B. Mashburn J. D. Campbell. that I would go Into the race tor County shalt for thus
: and I earnestly ask your careful con Commissioner 1 now manner thou do il,
as the one best form of road C, P. Martin L. sideration before makluK mind announce myself '
E. GainerG. op your candidate for that office for the Second the job
to.whom may thy:days,belong on
building' and a growing'reco2' .:Illghtower' t>H Buchanan,Jr.L sUfPort. District subject to the action of the

nition of the fact that sad-clay /. R.Johnson, C?, Armstrong M. W. BREITT! Democratic, faithful primaries.attention to I promise business If com-elected which fortune'has given tbee.

roads is far superior in most S. B. Marshall Jas. W. Williams tog before the Board. I will appreciate .V:
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To the. Voters: your vote and support. :
W Hr Thou maintain
Day W. W.DavIs sbalt to
I herewith Yours
and offers
far better re- announce my candidacy-Tor ver1'.truIYl. '
W.. Gf Hlnson W. T, Home the office of Sheriff of Washington county W.E.MORam. thine own integrity; nor shalt
turns for the money invested.. W. H. Parker W. A. 11111, J.r.:- subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries and I earnestly ask your con- 1 herewith announce my candidacy as thou 'be guilty of. anything tbatwilllessen.'tliy'good
J. C. Vickers: J. T. SappJ. sideration and support. And If you elect County Commissioner from District No. 2. of
B. Elliott Dan Anderson me I promise to Rive[ you a fair and :subject to the. action of the Democratic) respect
-, Tampa; through its citizens square administration of the office. Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to thyself. -I.; .
Yours my whole duty In the ,
and Its Board of Trade is mak truly premises safe-
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-/"" JO11Nlj.nnITT.To gaurdlng[ as best I may the Interests of VI: r
ing strenuous efforts to have the The.friends of Hon. G. B. Bush the people of the entire-county '1 will I Thou not''covet the other L'
of appreciate your vote and shall
wreck of the battleship Maine have this week announced him a County.the Democratic voters Washington support_B, W. BUSH! fellow's job, nor;:hisY salary nor
brought to that city and placedon a candidate for' re-election a I am a candidate before thePrimaries I hereby announce my candidacy tosuc- the position which he hath gain .
to'be held April 30th and May 88th. re- ceeed myself as l ,
exhibition. believe it member of the Washington County Commissioner '
They county '
fcgcctlvely. the office "of Sheriff and '.'2.Iiall'lct *!?. 3,subject to the action : ed by his own hard labor. ,
school promise If elected prompt nad eflicient of .
a great drawing card, : board subject to the primaries. If elected I
attention to the affairs of the office'ond shall endeavor to VII .
and would be the action o"r'the Mr. Bush honest and \ zealously safeguard the '
of Kraftless
means bring- primary. administration. Interests of the taxpayers and all citizens. Thou shalt 'not' ::fail to blow
ing thousands of bas been chairman of the board Respectfully as In the past, and earnestly solicit
many yisitorsto U A. MCMILLAN: vote- and support. your thine own horn.'for'he who his a-
that city. of public instruction of this county A. C. GILBERT. owe at the
raid to horn
For Tax AM __ blowjhis:

for many years consequentlyhe I hereby announce myself a candidate For Conmlr Commissioner, OUu No. 3 proper occassion findeth nobody
is thoroughly- familiar i with all for Tax Assessor of I hereby .
HOW announce
OLD PEOPLE myself blow him-
abject to tha.action of -the Democratic for County. Commissioner a candidate standing ready to it for
matters relating to the schools of 'rlmarlea_and solicit your support and No. 3, subject to the action from of the District Demo-! ., ix" ,

Washington county and is safe conduct ntluencc.the If affairs elected of shall the office endeavor to primaries- l Promise) If elected' to
May Prolong' Their "LIves< with fairness faithful and efficient attention Thou shalt not- besitatete
to all busIness
and conservative,In all educational and coming before
all.DAVE the Board '
:At an advanced age more D DAVIS. UFORGE! I!'. GAINER say '"No" when thou .
rapid than repair. The organs act matters.. "NoJ' nor shalt thou fail to .remember -
., \ > .more slowly and leas effectually thin .. 1 occasions
'In youth. The circulation Is poor, the 'Provisions for "tb'establish.- Oscar Underwood that there are

.1'-- '__.:_ ," blood .thin and watery, the appetlto When you think of forniture ment of } scored .another when it s'unafi to bind thy self
.' a generaparcels'
'J_: .,poor and digestion weak. for-your: home, think of the Chip-; post notable tariff victory 'for by hasty judgment. e
We want to say to every aged perkaon Icy' Furniture Co. They have a: system be incorporated' in the benefit of the a
people of the ,
in this vicinity that Vlnol. our delicious postoffice appropriation bill, according "1
cod liver and Iron tonic (without large stock of everything. that it to an.agreement reached United States when, he secured Thou'sbnlt give;, everyman a ;

oil) will 'prolong life. It createsan takes to popery and comfortably bv .the Democratic members 'of the the House Democratic Square Deal., This is the foist land
appetite, aids digestion and makes
your home and their ori- and !
rood blood., In this natural manner the,House. committee postof- caucus of his bill to pusugar t great
Vlaol ces are reasonable. If you' the free there'is other like unto it. Up-r
retards waste and replaces ices.and postroads.. on .list, last week. no
weakness with strength giving Dew glad to This piece of constructive on this commandment depend
life to the worn system. accept It and'thank but if I' T -. legislation of"/
If people In thisvicinity only real you! reaches the table of every eth all the law'and.the |

bed how Vlnol Invigorate* old peoplewe you are not in position! to pay all The Greenville News 'says: I family in the United States. It the business world. :

would not be supply the cash, then they will arrauge:easy: .','The.owlis considered "'a wise lifts.. tax, felt three.times a day .: ,. I. t.i<

demand. \ : weekly monthly payments for I bird and yet he' hoots .
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everything ,every home in the is" that over l.OO.O*
'Try a bottle of Vlno\wlth the:'on- ; It ported
. you. at their! store and t ; while the man who hootsat lifts Cbiuw
'derstandlng with ;
that your mbney. will be one annual tax people are.out of work in, .

returned If It does not heto yon.. let them-. show you. ,what,'. they j J everything is not ,considered-<< of $107DOO,000paid by the'house- .go. _No one is out'of work in ills'i ;;'
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SPECIAL Mistreated Author at Least Learned Manner of Weeping Dcrlbed Learn Shorthand; and Bookkeeping.:

the Real Opinion of by Japanese Novelist Who Lived .
One Man. Her Seven Year. A We have had in the past gore demands for Stenographers
14 I 8 and Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply. New business ;;:
"Yes, I am the author of a book," A national trait that particularly B concerns are starting in Pensacola and West Florida 'f

DayJHfer replied the pale-faced young man, impressed itself upon Shogyo Tamu- 18 almost daily. These concerns need Bookkeepers.and Stcnog-!

ri THIS "and but; for the stinginess of the' ro, a Japanese novelist, who recently raphers. .

PORTABLE publisher about advertising it would published the results of seven years' Special $30 Course. T' 3

have sold through at least three edi- study and observation in the United 8 8
LAMP tions. I wanted to do my share States is the American woman's 11o i In order to supply the demand for office help, we hare decided to offer 8
I n a three months course in Shorthane and Typewriting Bookkeeping for n
FOR toward making it go and I entered a manner of shedding tears. When 2 I i ii $30.00 each. Special rates for board and.other expenses will be secured.
.'HOMESTORE I second-hand bookstore one day and she weeps, the writer declares, she i I i ii i iI Total cost will not eqceed $100, Including tuition. .
remarked to the man: first faces the heavens, extends her i i ii Some of the best stenographic positions in the city of Pensacola are 0
i i held by former pupils of this school who completed their course with us In "
..OROFFICE I There is a very popular book just arms, covers her eyes with her (I1> three months. The Byrne Systems that we teach are simple and practical
out, and I,didn't .know but you hands, and permits the tears to fall 8 and can be mastered three mouths. \\'e secure position for our gradu-.

might have picked up a,copy. It is in a stately manner. But what is 8 ates. Write us :for lull particulars.Jones' Si

$ entitled: 'Lights and Shodowe' dignity in face of the elemental passions
: M 12.48 J '"Humph L When was it popular P Soon "she carries her griefto i BuSines College, Pensacola, Fla.:.

?' he asked. a mantelpiece or tall piece.of fur
a. oootxoccccceart c<<:c ccecceeecececceeeceettcccccc. i
.. W Gallo Pews 'Uc Hor 'I hear it weH spoken of on all niture and gives. herself up to her
CuB.c ri.
.This Lamp; is handsomely "'Well1 don't. It fell as flat while moving her shoulders, but retaining "

nickelled 29 inches as a pancake t 1.' her standing position. Whilewe .
height ,
"'But you can get-me a copy? marvel at it all, she suddenly

equipped'with'automatic self- "'For sure.' throws her tears to the. winds, moves 'Good' Cotton Crops C 1
cleaning needla, globe and 'At how much?' her hands in :fantastic gesture, and .. "rJ ,
pump. Usual price 2200. "'I have fcOO of them stacked up pours out' a long string of words. No ,, ".

We.have the:best line of Man* under the eQunter-and you can have Japanese man would know what to

ties and supplies in the Southat as many as you. can carry for,,a quarter do if confronted with the staccato You can't: get the biggest cotton crops unless '.

lowest prices. Estimatesand apiece.' weeping of the American woman.'* you supply the very best plant food. Armour :

expert advice Free. "I was hurt, of course," said the One wonders where the writer found' Fertilizer has its food', in a form that your plants -"

author, "but I also felt like makingone such advantages for a study of can use; this, food comes; from the best grade of.t "

Standard Co. more effort. I took .one American sensibility .until we' read materials ,'
Light copy ,,and it is so finely ground and thoroughly,
'. i and handed the ]Han a quarter and that for many,years he earned a liv- mixed that of ,,1
every ounce fertilizer has just the-
111 EAST BAY ST. asked him if he had ever met the ng as butler and yacht boy, "
same amount of plant food in it. '
author of the book. I.
f JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA : 'Never,' he replied, as he pock. When her child I la In danger a woman Another thing*, Armour Fertilizer put on by
I will risk b'r'Uroi tu It. No
protect greatsot
eted the coin. 'After writing the
ol beroUra'or risk of life Is necessary to
!!' last chapter.of that book he went to protect a child from oroup. Give CbamDer. The Inter-Cultural

City : an insane asylum and butted his lain' Cough Rented and all danger is .
brains out.against a feather pillow/" avoided. For sale by all dealer Method :

Barber .' "
3 /> the earth are sometimes beard 'before; a gives splendid results. This method makes more ,

Sh9p.S: terriMe earthquake, that worn of be coinIng Englishman's Little Daughter Bur.prls. cotton with the same amount of fertilizer. ;.
peril. Nature's warning are kind Him When He Test Her We'll have folder about 20th : "
a ready January
Tbat dull pain or,ache la the back warn .
Affection.A .. .
Nol aiti g. you the Kidney need attention it you I .Sisterly_ telling about it; better send for your copy-it's, .
would escape those dangerous: maladies free. .' '
member of has ;
I parliament a
DropsyDiabetes or Bright disease
Barbers 3 I Take Electric Hitters at once and see back. little daughter who has the makingof '

: \ ache ft j and all your best feeling return. a great financier in her. One day A. 11. WELLS, : Agent. ". ',.
Everything Up to-Now. "Mr son reclvecl great benefit from their :her.father called her to him., -
use for kidney and bladder trouble" write ;
"My'dear'said he "a .this
Shave. ...... ..'.. .. 15c. Peter Hl>nd\". Iouth'Rockwood.:! Mich., "U offered this full Chipley, Fla.
,j' ": ,, '. Haircutting ....... 25c. (is certainly great kidney ir.ediclne." Try morning me room f *
Shampoo, .. ......r... 25c. It- CO'oenta\ at 8. K. McOeacey. of gold if I would sell your little '
1 .. ... ....,... WORKS < '
Massage, 2Sc. brother. Now that means gold ARMOUR FERTILIZER ;.; :
Hair Singe,..'........ 25c. .
) HE MIGHT RISK ONE EYE enough to fill this room from wall to

We Solicit Your Patronage.Very wall, and from floor to ceiling. If JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

Secretary of War Dickinson' Adviceto I Bell your little brother for that .
Respectfully the Postmaster General sum I shall be able to buy every

;' W. D. Peters, Propr. Was Cauutlous. thing in the want. ShallI
sell him?" --- .
An official of the .postoffice depart- = We promptly obtain U. B.and Foreign
"No answered the little
"I ment tells of the efforts of a woman, papa, 'rIm@
girl promptly and then before her
the widow of an inventor who had ; M
delighted father could embrace her to write for our con IldeDtlllllatt"r bcfa..applying rmEE.
completed a device intended to be
for patent it may be worth money.
p applied for a special purpose in the for expressing so. much, unselfish devotion We obfcila U. tf.: and f'orelgn

administration insular ; she went on: PATE iTS SonJ" model,areuaor pl.ctadimutlonlot<
postal our "Keep him till he's bigger. He'll free report on J' tent bllltT'. for free book <
possessions, ,tQ get a hearing before and TRADE MARKS ov eturd EN-I How to roTlIAnf-MfHiKS'I > write"Patenting "
be worth then. Tit-BHs. to''
' more TIRE attorney's loo. Bend: uimlol skcliji "
that department, in order that she or.1'botoaud we Baud an IWJt.HiD1ATEF'REE :

,I/ might orally demonstrate the excel r .. the beat legal report service on paten and advise, We and give our
lence of the invention charge are moderate. Try us,
.which the department had expressedsome "I blamed my'heart for severe distressIn SWIFT & CO.
doubt. The woman wrote a pathetic my left side for two-years," writes W. Patent Lawyop9f Opposite u. s. Patent Office
letter requesting a private Evans; Danville. Vn.. "but I know now it Opp.U.S.Patent OfficeWashington,D.C. WASHINGTON D. C.
The simplest, lightest running fast- was Indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life '
eat cutting saw mill ever bnilt-a mill hearing from the postmaster- general. PIIU completely cured me." Best for :
' that you can buy at the right price and "
"I said she in this 'I
trouble constipation
with which make stomach, liver and kidney
can big
you money. letter, "that if I could get a ,chanceto ,head,icbe or debility. S5c. at S, E. EMMETT WILSON..Candidate .. ,
J It's; all in, the Taylor Feed look straight Into your beautiful BlcOeachy. S. ,,..,. 4'

:Every mill fitted with tcire cable drive, b'rowneyes you would hear me." '.-- i
' Bet-out attachments and CURED FIRST POP. ,
adjustableIdler. After some consideration the postmaster HER ( S
t' .- Improved carriage-backing de --
general indorsed the,communication '
vice ia qutcb acting and a time saver. "Does wife often grieve because r .
Made In all sizes, portable and. eta "Respectfully ;referred' to your -
tionary. the secretary of.war for advice,", and she threw over a wealthy man :, .
a nt
We manufacture Engines, Boilers, in order to marry you?"
sent it to the war department.
Shingle ,
Machines Cut-Off 8aw8,Wood
Splitters, etc., and do Foundry Work. In due course it. came back with "She.started to once, but I cured

Writ tot Information and prices on anything this indorsement: her of it the first' rattle. out of the F) ,'
yon need.: .box." -
Mallary' & Taylor Iron Works "Risk one eye.--J. If. Dickinson'
MACON, QA.Wood's "I wish you would tell me howl""I :

FLOWER INTOXICATION. .started right jn to grieving'with ., .
v I her And I grieved harder and .

When potted lilacs set in tightly longer.than} she did." y '-C

Seeds closed cases are placed beside a receptacle -- "

'. ''I 'z' 1512. full of ether ;the ether: vo S .S CRUEL HINT.
.: ,
10 latilizes, and within 36 hours the.lilacs "

Out New Descriptive Catalog are in a state of torpor closely "I must 'brush the cobwebs. ",i from'.

*:.\ is.fully,tip=to-date: and tells, all resembling intoxication:. If the my brain.. ,.. .... ,

;, .about, .. the bestGarden plants are then sprinkled with,fresh "Then you ought,to get a vacuum "'
and f"water and set- in' a warm hothouse cleaner." ,-

I where the humidity is sufficient .at
:,. ]:arni.Seeds.: I the end ot..the fifteenth day they UNIVERSAL. -TALENT. -" "'

Every farmer and gardener will show abnormal development.But "Don't you think umpires ought A .''.

ii': should Kave a'copy of this cata- riot alf plants thrive' under to receive higher salaries?" .
log which has long been recognized such.conditions. The rose is'refractory "Perhaps. But they can't expect r l, +f

as'a standard authority, to the treatment. The ,carnation them in 'the face of BO much competition

for the ulland correct information ; pink and hyacinth, however, .. There are thousands of

Which it, gives. show a deplorable taste for*the alcohols people jn the bleachers every day

+' We are headquarters for or ethers which produce intoxi- who willing to step right over and,
Gr&ss and Clover Seeds Seed cation.-Harper's Weekly l take the job."
Potatoes Seed Oats;Cow Peas M..
Sedentary habits lack of outdoor exercise :"" r '
Soja Beans&n4 all Farm Seeds. :
insufficient mactieation' of rood,__constipa- How to cure cold Is'a question i In :' i'
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed tics, a torpid liver worry and anxiety,are which many are/,Interested just now, "
free on request. Write for it. the most common cause stomach troub Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ban won I Its .: .' .'' ,. '1"
lee Cot reel your habits and take Cham- great reputation.and immense sale by Its .
T.WOOD SONS. berlall '.Stomach and Liver Tablets and remarkable our.of cold.. It can'ata"1" j"( l

you will non be well again.. by be :aepended upou.. Hot sale by All Deal. foi *..
Seedsmen + Richmond, v&" : Congress.
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< ,g VL K.: Church 9ou Preaching every '
st and Srd Sunday at 11 *. m. and 9 p. m. : I
1s, L. U. Chapwdle, Pastor. : .1
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. BheaM, S
8operI1l nden'- I
Young Prayer( Men's Meeting prayer Thursday meeting nights.Tuesdaybights. LT ; r." .i' "

Everybody cordially Invited I 'A Woman : ":. >J "< ". ""rm"(..

Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd ,. ', .I ,: I, JI"t
and 4th Bnndat. Bev; Bakter.;' astor.Babbath ,.. :' ,;:.- a J % : {
School 10 ft< m;, F. C. Hawk; .-. {
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Snpertnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.vP 5 5 .: ., .."'.;,
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'.' *>*toflie. DlretoririOffice .11" ,
hours 7:30 a. m. totiCd: i' m.; ex 't, "
cept SUDda,.. Jf t :f::"'.
mall clones at 10:20 a.m 1 {.'.< :,, ".
JSaat-bonnd : fS,';, ..:.. '
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*--" Mall'from Vernon arrives at 10 m. ", I : -p.i ...
and )leaves on arrival of the east boundmall. !.: ; '" .'

Sunday'hburss lisao: 'm., to 13:30:: 'p. m., Iv .
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Money'Ordirslaeuetat'attbourl'when i .
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,. .It r"':r,,,r.F 1 ..a.bbtaa Lisa ". _', Candidate!. for 'Congress..Third District. ':':- rpr;; '

;' "' 1JAKIrIB: and Bem -welJkIJ Atlanta :. ,
,,> Journal,peVrea17BAWUKB '' .....': .
Thrice'aweek York ". ...;',
't' and New 1 1R 1S .. w' '
1 ';' .World, per yew, $1.05. v : .
:'' :" BAHITKB and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- The Vote for Mays, :for Congress. '.

o '. n and CltUen. ,,per year tt.50.. "
JlAvraa and Home and Farm, per year :
., :" Its R He always votes for us. : .
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-'T ,. .. General1ov .Jlktecto Woman' Tonic. .. ..' '.". :, ,f'f'JKs fid>.'..
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Secretary of State-U. Clay Crawtord.' :' II, zr: I .. He feels as we feel. ; ':& .rj'.,
.,< Attorney''tlenefaP Piwic'Tramnidir.. .......................... .. :'..:, "-*.-> -.:. s- ',,

Com ARrlculture"-B. E. McLIn. Truly 'he' is one of us. .. >-fA

V.Knot*.. NOT ALL FREE ,, :
Treasurer-Wn I
'. SupV Public InBirutetJoh-; I1 HoU I __ i .
',. wfcy.Comptroller. .w. B;' MILTONPresidentr; M. L. DEKLE, '..M. boL_ SON:
'LoW-Nirthcllff* Make Italian cen.ol'1 Vice-President Cashier
; -A. C. Croom. .'
Hfr and Get'ExI "
Correspondent I. --
l Supreme Court-Thos. II. Shackleford, elusive War News.
.:. Chief Justice; M.. B.Mahrv Cler&'. h I J First National, BanlL,
;. ..... : Railroad't94i1bitIesfalltIbdsotN'Bitrt: -.u>M 1+ortb.cliff, who began his .

-' ,'.., 'Chairman! B. C. Dd UCTaflc f "fcaieet'aa the proprietor- of a wretch- .. 1V1ARI2SNNA FLA. :
':' Judge flrs "]udtclar*clrcof--JC.:Erittnett 'led'' little' penny' weekly called An.
j. ", Wolfe Pensacola" 8wtert--tb Correspondents: now owns i1 1 Capital, $50,000:00: ./ "''' .:
St.atelJoUcl.r"Jlrl':: Judicial circuit-. i ; "
1-, :' < lit Wilson. 'London Times fcnd pretty'nearlyevery :: r 'Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporations, Firms ,ana Individuals.' ." .
-' 'other 'newspaper and magazine J1Li j Our twenty years experience in the banking, business enables' ua '-to offer:

OFFICE OFFICIATES. .* in England. I you the beat banking'facilitlea of any bank in West F.orlda. We',alao'have 'a
., U.a. LAND ."Northcliffe," said a New York I Iman ,1F1: tally'equipped Saving Department in which we pay'irterest on depoc lt.... Ac.
H. 8. Chubb Register; Gainesville. Fla, I {Founts by-mail handled as easily aa by personal interview.;
who worked for him "is
Shields Warren, Receiver,' Gainesville.WASHINGTON. once a f Send us your business. ",.
\ hustler-an original hustler. Take iY i ''I .
,r F, M. GOLQON, Caaliler.I .
this Turkish-Italian war for in- '
.: COUNTY QFEICESH.ClrcnltC"lerfcfW 5
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:...-.;. .. : : ;Cf>,TJbcke .V6rtoonW Btancei-. ,
County Judge--I. A.Hutcnlaoa.Vernqn. ? "N rthc1iffe, when the. war broke 4:: .a + I UNIVERSITY Of FLORIDA. Florida 'State College For Women

i ., Sheriff-C. G. Allen'.Chlpley.Treainrer .', totrtJLcoftildn1>t-get'any news through I : GAINESVILLE: TALLAHASSEE'
-H. B. Tiller Verhon. from Rome. lIe inquired into the l
:J I. ASnpetlorJut"InCrpensive' Instltnlion for
College or Art and Science Nbnnal
c Tax Asrfsssor-J.J. Williams, Chipley. School.
matter;, and his Roman 'c rrespon "Going; the .horse1! chow? FlorWal'YounrMen..Four .- School' of MusIc School ol Art School of. :Expression.

.: '' Tat Supt.: Collector-W.: Public Instruction B. Gainer-B.,F Kconnna.!:' Gainer. 'd ttt' got1 wbrd to him that the: cen- I "What do.they. .at* hots shows .unlyenltyeotenslon.-oolleoe I :: airricuimral prrfeasora experiment and station asslstant First. School dan ol Economics.!throughout.' Tuition

,,- Waasau. sor was censuring every darned thinghe break horses r' ..* 80 per cent Increase In attendance last free.address.Other expense very low. For information
rear. Attractire1 building and For
-;. ttuperVIaor of Registration --J, W. wrote. "N, breaks thervisitoras". tataJogue addrau., A.>A. MIRPHREE. Presides EDWAID'CONKABI.' ; hlllel.j. ....-

Gainer; Econflna.Couttv .. "Northcliffe then sent back the r ,
"C' fIollclt.orA. t)., CarmIchael,
message: ; You are probably: 'se are ihatl pneumonia \
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Chlple.y 'Make always tatl'om-.oold,bufc you never
,runty Surveyor Thos.Collins: Cat,. '' censorour correspondent heard of a cold resulting pneumonia' when r
.. !j. Here Good for :
:\.. -'villa Fla.County. : Chamberlain's Cough K medy was used. Slogans :
: -Commissioners* "And from that day; 'by Jingo !l" \vh* take the risk when-this' remedy may 1

r : ,J.'T, Hlgbtower, Chairman; Veraon.,' said the New York man, "Korth-; be'had for.a trifle For S 10'by'ali. ''d. alel'l'/
'_ ';"n';",', Ai C.: Gilbert'Chlpley. eliftVa'papers had an exclusive war '-- l a Bigger and Better Business.

..(:,:, 8?! U,Davis,-Wausan. blessed 'morning.*' .
'- ;.n t,:" J: H.: Porter\ Mlllvllla., story every ), a................44YsS.r ,

'. li Ui'.GoDDS..nt..Ro.. ..., FOR CONtOIBNOE 8AKB. }t ". ',
,, :':-r ', -' School Board: ALMOST LOST Hilt! L1KK. I a. DONT? BLOCK THE WAY! .,-" '"
'. G.. B. Bush, Chairman; Orange'. Bill S. A. Btid, Of Mason, ,Micb., will' never Collector Ixx b of the' New' York* I 4 S. '" A c. ,."'

;' :.:5 ,tr; S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew. forget his terrible exposure to,_a merclleestortn. custom house, received twodollarbill ';
,' a ;
,. T More as fast'aa the procession- -ormove' Tike"the
.' : Wi. F. Eu.s,'Vernon.- "It gave me a dreadful cold,' be "

.,.. -m write.,"that -caused' severe,palna In my inclosed. in. the following letter I 1., paceof'the: Company you are in' or make; 'yvay'forthetman'behind. :
-. signed D. 0. and dated Evazutonj .
: CHIPLEY ClTY OJl'II'1blA: chest,'eo It was hard'for me to breathe. A 5---
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several doses ot Ill.: "
Dr. .
U. H. Wells. neighbor gave'me-
: Mayor- *" "
I ", ., .. ", Marshal-H. U. Farrlor. King's1, Mew Discovery which brought "Some time ago 1 past tru your "
Clerk and.Treasurer W..W.:Cook great relief] The-doctor sail 1 was on the custom house ; Don
; onmg'' way from' Europe ? stand'in; the'way of new ideas Don'tfpause-'m' the
,. '. ",' Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, verge ot pneumonia, bat to continue wan and had in my'trunk: a article ,
a' tber allsooverr. I did. so and two bottles ''I'athof.: better'system., Don't settle down the of,
'c. B. Dunn,J. 1:. McGeachy, d.IL.Tharpr that I have on ? l ladder
"I' .. to'pays duty1 fdt.but'didnot ''
completely cured me.1 Use only this quick
W. O. Butler.Jr. ;
'. .afe,'reliable medicine Ipr cougros, colds, or at that'' tinie'ndw! 'I' feel- I1 must ,success. Dbn't he a barnacle, on the ship of pre lre"is.,;

-- any throat or lung trouble Price 500. And and will pay it-for'conscience salt! I t ,- >* .'

11.00.' Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by a Christian and' ; Change' : .
'am man enclose 2 f. means progress. Progress advancement?
BannerChipley 8. K.McGeachyf dollars the article was worth about .
The ..... --, ,
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a dollars the article was cloth to an Advancement means movement.: MOVE!
ONE-MAN POWER. ... overcoat-will' you forgive me1'for not

doing ii'in i right time ]Hope will
c Flk. In a. speech at Denver 'N. C. received it.' you 'UON'r: BLOCK> THE. WAY1 1. -

Goodwin, once'remarked 'on the small 1

means wherewith Washington had HE W )N'T.LIMP NOW. ,
Studs for the Vpb lldlaltGtl<1 1CHlpley : achieved.such- great ends;
No more limping for Tom Moore of Cocb- 6O YEARS
r 5 "When I think,"' said Goodwin, ran,Ga. "1 Had a bad.:sore) on my 'Itstep EXPERIENCE

"of Washington's terrible handicap that nothing seemed' to; lielp tilL'I used IDU.RTIS'j. JONESNottiryPnblic.Stato

"my.- mind,goes back,,to the town of Ituokleu'a Arnica Salve," he writes,, "but ro I I

.... Washington. County, Nola Chucky. this wonderful healer soon cured' me" 1, at.Large..
.-1" Heals- old, running -sores ulcer boils
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,:' 1;' --l.:.. J .. "An actor-manager 'wee to appear burns, cuts,, bruises, eczema: or piles Try All business. ; entrusted"'
d- Florida's
.i '..n.n ':
\ ., !,,'>ii :. for, one night in Nola-Ciucky, and II Only 25 cents at SB! McGeacby.. TRADC care' l11iv ',.nV/J1ro'tnpt
-2I"1Q" .- wired the MARKS
accordingly proprietor of Dcaiann
"- bl f :: attentJcrrii. Fees Jnable.
the, CorvmaHTs r' a
house Ac.
5$1... ; Per Year.. Holy Cliucky.opera: : A., G.(j \ Anyea.serldrn. ..akee. ."and 4M011ptlnt"..., "'
; -. :. 'Will hold rehearsal tomorrow 1\tcQuagge, a.rertebt I 0" 1.lnlon a Communi.whether ao Canrbe=foundratr Pofct; bffice1! ,,

:.' noon. havestage manager, 'stage Notary Public Nut tlon.ntNatyonn.d.ntnF.IANO free. OI<< leat n enoytor eoourln ollonPatentr p.temta..

TTTi ; -. We malts a:Specialty of' carpenter, property man ,and assistant State at: .ftfiat Pat..ti notic taken, wit boat through oh.r.Muiin e,to tb R.Q..reeatrt Wausau- ,' PloiidaNOT '
chief electrician and all the Large.
... Scieniific. JUNirkati'
t:}; ...;: ea t',. hands at theater prompt to hour.! II A...ndeo...,,.nlu.trale.t ........,,.. J..eet 0Irtafla&kJrt : : C; BMERCJIANTSI. ;
r'l.- .. "He received thia-- telegram in ,r&iplyf AD. CARMIUHAEV' ] 01 any a.lentlee 'rn.l. 9'erma$3 n
S .I.(.ertnontha./L So14",all .
-VT. j '. ; ,: Artistic .: jwadwlcn. :, ,
> &'CO' 38ID"-. .
Attorney at'' LAW Oh New Ynrk: ..
.: ;. ;COi mereJ.alP'rlntiag "'He. will' be.there.'. Vfc Colleetloa ".8pecIAI. i,. Otto*. 628 F BU Wtoblngto!,.C.COOK : 'S"'lrO. N. S
y .
".".. .. -.... A piece flannel dampeD'ed with Chamberlain's '
/ .. <<;. Chlpley', ,.. FUJ : tie MaRAI3 AlI'iIND S'
''1: Liniment and boulld'on to affected parts is superior to.IUIY plaster. Attorney at I..aW .. iltt3 .
'tlBtb AiVYW :
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< Banner When troubled with 'lame buck or pains in J D J. 3 ONES.: aroffk* *T* Calplcjr Slat B..k.Canim wwal', +
f'Flie; the side Or chest give' It a trial and you are Am only. here for few' day.'W'.4r'S ..

certain to be more than pleased with the attention tTn all ..>:'- ''
X.ttol'De7.Jltt.L.w,, .to my care. CoUecUuamad.' .' .. ,,_ dNphone '
> '.. prompt roI! rwhlon It IfOi'd.., l all ,. ;
I,, ;">.j. '. hi'"!ey,' 1'd dealers tIUPLEY; FLA.:' Aenttornwo.n>l thus and flra-tMted las l ..' .. '.
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Bad Back is
Always Worse in. e

the Morning Chipley Peopleare Prompt Powerful Permanent

Einding Relief. Its beneficial ef, Stubborn cases Good results are -
feet are usually yield to P. P. P, lasting"-it cures
., -. ..'";,, A back that aches all day and causes P felt very quickly tines when other are useless tnedl- you tostay cured
,\t\ ; ... discomfort at night is usually worse

.', F'' in the morning. Makes you feel as if P.P.poMakes
.;? :, you hadn't slept at all. ,

pt : Can't cure a. bad back' until you
t :. cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
Pills system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A .
relieve sick
'. \ kidneys-make you
\, '.' teel better, work better rest better and positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.

sleep better. Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain;. ends Malaria;

The following: .statement proves the fa a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.

merit of' Doan's F. V; LII PMAN, SAVANNAH, GA. '
Mrs Becca Clark, R.""F. D. No. 2,

GracevilleyFla., says: "Eor a long
time I was afflicted with kidney

trouble. 'I suffered from pains in 'the G. ..$.GG..0$.. $.
small of my back and sharp twinges = :

darted through my body when stoopingor

lifting. I bacame tired easily, felt

languid.and nervous and was lame on .ite Fence
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arising, in the morning. The kid ney : ,

secretions were unnatural and caused .' y .

meconsiderable annoyance.' The first ,., $" ,

., few doses of Doan Kidney.Pllls help-' -" "" .:;..:" .... .. '
ed me and the contents. of one box effected I \ ', ;VIt.. -. '
I, \, : \ = f'
a cure. ........- / :. y.t. ', ." 'n :t."' :
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For sale by all dealers Price 50 11)1"r.), "
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cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, / } \ .. 306,11111
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New'York, sole agents for the United \\\\ ; '4(, C- '. 24-
States. I. .
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Remember the name -Doan's_ '=and
every paper published In the lie rights,..not to foster and promotethe take other. 4. 1

Third congressional district I have Interests of any Individual or no ;: 4 I .......,' .... ": G G -, -
faction contrary to the equal privilege .11. 3 '. .
candidate for
congress -
and rights of others.If '
man. I solicit your considerationupon .... .
you award me this great trust, I v. ; a+-- -- ,---

principles to published and promise you my best.. I shall esteemIt Capt. Joe Fowler, now dead, was a '

discussed in the campaign. I am by an honor to represent you and our famous southern steamboat man of !
Just word Farmers and Fence Builders:
instinct, traini g'md study .an ardent district only when elected by your the old days. One afternoon, after .

supporter of'our form of governmentwith honest; loyal and voluntary' ballot.It he had reached the age of retirement, '

Its three distinctive! and alluring Is my purpose to give you my he was sitting on the wharf of 'a : ; Having made a 'deal I'10.r.Ten. Car Loads :

1 Legislative 2, Judicial platform soon and also to visit It time
branches: ; ; Tennessee river town ,when a boat
3, Executive; which, should' be controlled will permit, your precinct in order landed and a northern woman came .2 of the"Best American Steel Wire Fence, we ::

of, by and for all the people, that I may have the pleasure and ashore, carrying in her arms the :first .

whether''' tura.Lor. artificial, without- hjOnor, of speaking before you in --per Mexican hairless dog that Cap'n Joe are in, position to make' you better prices e
stealthy encroachment By one department *, son. In the meantime I hope to have & -

upon the other,.or'upon the'people's the attention of every voter through' had As,ever the-lady seen. approached him. he I gt than. ever before. ,. :

rights by ring rule, factionalism, > the press-the safeguard and'advisor
construction or otherwise. of the, electors end the sure precursor > rose and made a low bow. : Bo you before' wire t
judicial ; "I madam he ,sure: see us buying
Let emulate our fathers of civic improvement. Every'elector beg your pardon, :, ,
us : .as men, _
la burdened with the obligation said, 'Tjut is that your dog f* I
candidates and as voters.; Let us : elsewhere. It means money saved. ,
to advise, himself "It is she said.. ,
, study and realize" our position, conceive I and cast his vote. .
the purpose. :of government, the 'The; man who Is TOO BUSY, like the "Is ,that the only dog you've got p' : .. e

solemnity of our obligations as citizens man who is corrupt,'1s a serious obstacle "It is." _

and be the trust reposedin in the material advancementand ,"Madam," said Cap'n Joe, "ain't : Chipley Hdw. Co.FARQLJHAR :

us by those :;"whose. earnestness safe administration of a government :you: mightY'near out of dog f"-' Saturday e,

and stltutlonal sacrifice governiri erected nt.' this Let great us con.not like"were careless If private in selecting corporations Evening, Post. ..._ $$ U1VWV vly'IWeGrOT......GAY. {

I their directors as the voters are in __--- _-
for favor : 'circumvent the
or passion HOTEL
electing their public servants private EXPOSITION
purpose or powet'or' the primary in ,. MACHINERY CO. .
. the "" corporations would be a failure, .
. selection of the best man .431 E. Boy Street.
and likewise with ,
our governmentwere
I want to serve you na less than JACKSONVILL
it not for indulgence F. ,, L.ORIDA
your pa-
: you should want the "best: services.
I ASK NO HASTY COMMITTALS. I triotism and the great power to tax. Largest''stock of Machineryin

am not beforeyou', to win ,so muchas If all would participate actively and 1 1i 'Florida for 'saw mill: and
believe the best for .
honestly, I man I
I am to be truerto self and to my t planing mills.
the position and the best good for the
e I shall make no1 state '
, ment, either 'on' iha, stump or in the district would be had and done. YOU EARQUHAR MACHINERY

, press, merely*.to', please.,you, 'or to OWE MORE TO YOUR DISTRICT i has been built for' 57 years;

catch your vote; .I -shall appeal to THAN TO.THE CANDIDATE. ; more built today thai; any oth-,

your intelligence, not to your passion, Remember yourself, our district er. Let us,tell you why. '
and me, at the polls.
or faction. Government, to be per. Send for catalog and price.
May I have the pleasure of a letter
manent, must be founded upon intel- -
ligence. It ,is fQr the protection 'and from you?

preservation of individual and pubClaude WM. W.. FLOURNOY. .J The First National 'Bank. ,

If the republican national con- OF PENSltCOL.1t, Fis= ; C., ..
k -
vention nominates Mr. Rooseveltfor
chi Designated, Depositary. of the United States. ';
president it will throw away ,
and stake its fort- ww Oldest and Largest Bank In West Florida. .- '..
jts principles .
oe.G: q:LZec:: XTJXTZ-':10. :iseo. ; ', ', I
the personality of one "
unes on ,
bothered by ; '
It will lie 'a confessionthat VisitorAren't'you ,_ Capital Half Million'' Dollars'z
man. the dreadful way your hotel} leaks? :' .._ .
the success of the party does ProprietorNo:" ; I don't sleep Surplus and Undivided Profits; ,. 81OO.OO6. .r'\

not depend on' its principles, and here. Interest-Paid. in. Savings. Department at Rate of 4 per cent. per Annum. '

its record; on what it stands :for .q" .-''

and what it has done, but on the < THe IFirst National Bonk

supposed popularity ot a leader.It Sheriff' Sole. -. OP PBN9ACOt.A._, ,
for and In Washington -
In County Court .
will admit that it is a one-man County. Florida.T W.K. HISH. JK.. President. W. Vlce-Pres
be the WJ. FORBBS. Cashier.. Taos W.BRENT, Aset.C'atablar. W. N. BOB.."" A"...CnshlcrDlreclort
will '
party. Hero worship D. Owens '" :-F. C.Brent W. :A. Blount, W.a Key er, Wm. H. Knowlea.' W. K. Ilyer.W. .
vsWashington .,'. Forbem Knowles river, The. W.Bran
w sole ground of the Republican" ap- Bros., a firm cam posed .
Y ( Theodore of J.To' Washington and George
peal to the country Washington Defendants.

Roosevelt is nominated Unnder and by virtue of an' Execution High ,Class Saw Mill Machinery.
Issued out of the County Court for and In :
of Florda -
the wherein T.Washington D. Owens was plaintiff.and We carry at our new warehouse, 403
TILLER Washington'Bros., a firm 'composedof I and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
DR. R. E. J. T, Washington and George:WasbIngton Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive -
L'Engle' were defendants I have levied .. and Horizontal Return Flue
DENTAL-SURGEON, upon a"nd will sell on the firs! Monday In Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Ed;era,

I EdU.r ol'.DIXIE: '1-and THE: BUN. Chipley,. -', Florida: Aurll D.,1912 same between being the the first hours day of of Eleven April, La y. Saws engine,' Belting and saw-iullt and Mill repairsWe Supplies; also also

A'M'and'Two P. M.. i
Office overfirst Nat'l Bank. Courthol1se In .VernontWaehlnptoncounty handle the celebrated line of MUSTJLER -
of th
Candidate for ; f'lerlda..tlublle! \ outcry to ".,"f ,, TAYLOR, VANCE. AMRER-
the highest bidder for cash, the following ,7 .:i. ICAN and DELOACH Saw
Congressman.jt.CargePrimaries : FARRIOR described real estate, to-wU' ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR
fronting on Railroad stteet and Boilers Mill
and 144 SOUTHERN Engines and PERKINS Shingle
streets In the
,: 1912 DBNTI .,T. betweenSIxth of( ChlDley and Seventh Washington county clal.Stave Machinery Jor Turpentine) Plants. Ml1lr'J
-{' Florida and upon which Is !situated atwoItory Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. 'Get our prices before \
Work a Specialty. hotel building, together with We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
H. has fought'for the. P.opl. .'., Crown and Bridge all tenements and hereditaments being thereunto sold- Write-for literature covering your special requirements. ..
GUARANTEED. belonning. Bald ro arty
right. for, ',.II:. ''H., will AIL WORK State Bank. as the property of JT.. .Washington to iVlalstoy JVlaoHIriei-y
Chipley described execution.
5 .a.0fflce over the abov '
of 408 Q *IO E. Hay St., Jacksonville, Florida.
contlnu title acme fight in the !Said execution beln for the sum .
$1 12.28 and the cost of court. Long Dlsitanc T.l.f tion Plo. 8'704.
same forceful way in CongreuVote ) Purchaser to pay for deed.
,.{,. R. F. SCARLETT, Witness my band and seal'of at Vernon. 1.. O. o. 'P. NOTICE. ,....
.. .. Florida this.the 20th day J1'ebruaJliA. Orion Lodge, tyo. 40, I
for'' ITEngleand D. 1912. Sheriff. 4c Untt1'furtbernoticeCbipleyLodgeNo,56 l
> C. 0 ALLEN, ; F. a> A..M. cQ .
Public. J..
your ;ohola.' for' 'District Notary By J.W." WIIJJAMS :"
,: Deputy Sheriff. Regular Communications: :Second I. O. O. F.,. will meet at7:00p.ra.each .,
CcnArmnan. TOOL ; : W. O. BUTI.SB! : Sol. for Complainant. Saturday and Fourth .Friday' night in Monday evening. "M l'
$andled. each months. :- .' ,
Re Estate "Vs
orderoCthe Lodge ,
? Visiting- Brethern cordially} Invited.W. By ;
1 hold her fair Mi G. *..
Collections specialty.Office Dade countywill L. TAVI.OH. ( W. M. W. A. McQuAGOE
Miss-Inez Gilbert visited with March" 12th to 16th- W, W. JONES; Sec. .S. B. JTJDSON. Secy.
Firit National Bank.
friends here Saturday. in .:, ..
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] Personal. ]J [ To 1 L.the am.l.Voters a Howell candidate of Washington'for for Representative Hepresontati County:, IT Town Topics. IT JI'u.uu.u..uu..u..uu.u..u.' ., 'f a.

from this county In the Legislature: o(
1913, subject to the decision of the Democratic of bulb< !
Sheriff Allen went to Panama primaries April 30 and May 28IUI2. Quite a number new Our Purpose -
If elected I will introduce and Impport< ings& are under construction nov .
City Monday. for division of Wat -
\ a bill providing a I .
Ington county foIlowlriR: these linos: Comenclnff m- .
think of groceries '"
i north west corner of Calhoun "
Dr. Coleman waa called to at the m
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; county thence running west tithe think 6TSchell; be sells the best business '.: ,'' ?tu,
Greenhead Sunday. center of Township>a north, Range 12 It is our purpose to any
west to range; line between Ranges; 12 A 1'3 C .
Hardware < ?,
Messrs. Tom and Ed Avcock thence south along said range line to The' Chipley entrusted. to us in such a fair and fnilRz rt c'"
Econtlna creek,thence down said creek wants tOsell, you vour ssed- pe: t {
were in town Saturday. to the Base Line; then west along said ( .. manner as to make ,. ,
down .
Base Line to Plnelog creek thence nuts. -
H. L. Bowen was shaking bai <1 said creek to Choctawbatchee river 1 ', 1 "i customer's'relation g
feel that the above plan will be porfec It you want to see a busy placgo the, : '
with friends here Saturday. satisfactory to all Interested COlnty ', '
'" division and eminently fair and Ju,t to around to the Dunu-Colema V ',l with this r... .... .t"p
/ O. L. Moore of Atlanta, was tbe whole of Washington county. store .
J I will also favor a bill prohibiting I tbe Go's, hardware I ; .ban.c satisfactory 'S- _
\iusinesB' visitor here Friday. employment of convicts In competition! I v .
with free labor, and providing for their Candidates for county: treasui .' : '' and profitable. !,: ,
Rev. M. E. Grant was mine'" being employed on the roads of the tlta.t.e. quantitynoannouncements > .' ,,;'
unknown "
best efforts er are an ;T
At all times I shall use my .
,ling with friends here'Tuesdaj"W. ) In county behalf, striving of the common to conserve people their of Inter-our for this office has Aside from the, 'excellent facilities' offord- Sedthisbankhastheadvaotagebfalarge '" Y,'? '..
/" O. Butler Jr. spent Frid; eats and protect them against. unjust and been made yet. at ;

(/at his plantation near CampbeHon. discriminatory With the hope legislation.that the above brief out.' The new passenger cars for. : '": 1'" '. S "
s Hue will meet with the approval of the Capital and Surplus. '1T' 1-\\; ,
vterlof( Washington county I ask most the B. C. & St. A railroad cam 4 ? ,:
respectfully fpr their support.L. ;
,. Royal C. Dunn was here [f. VOWELA L. : in last week and are now in reg h't-H ij

day feeling the"pulse,of the vot : I ular service on that road between ;5 S : :;].'," _
New Firm. much tithe 1.$'
Chipley and Southport, I "' \
convenience 6 f :- I S .: '.f T'4"jr .;
& comfort and. First] ,
I, A. Sessoms was over from BoaI' The new firm of Williams .' : **
Sat- composed of J. J. (Chub' ) the patronS of'this road. ,
:4) ifay and spent the day here Helton, l"W;

day. Williams, our, present efficiei The attention ot the voters, of N tion : -
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tax assessor, and Cbarlie Heltoi, the First commissioner's distric ." ",-
:.. Joe. Williams of nearGracevil with Wells Bro 'Bank of {
-" visitor here Sat- who has, been, is called to the aunouncement ot -.,
business ,
,':: ', .was for the past two t>r' three yean, Benj. Pipkin, who is a caneidatf I"'

; urday. c will soon begin business in bip-] for commissioner for that district .- Chipley. ,

: '/'MissJahaza Tuggle' won tl both well and favorably -
: ley. They are Mr. Pipkin is a progressive anc '; :"

;..Y /Piano in the Verdict's popular!! known, and we wish ,tb'em prosperous farmers andis, capable W,".,

". contest.' / unlimited success. of making a'pood county com '.............................,...........
;" _, Attorney! A. W. Weeks, of Boi ... missioner. He asks you for your -

r ifay, was transacting business B. C. & St. A. R. R. Schedule.' vote in' the primaries.In us that he is in love with Washington
= I connty and its people. ''" :
Wf\USf 1U.Z
,: here, Saturday. Now that the B. C. railroad bas the announcement column j- '
Last Wednesday while Marian Rogers
': J. C. Luning, candidate for the received it new engine. and new you will find, A. C. Gilbert's notice -' was hauling logs a chain broke

office of state treasurer. was i iI i inI passenger coaches, a daily schec ; wherein he offers for reelection .. C. Jonea made. a business trip tc and the log'tell across one of his legs,

town Tuesday.. ule between Chipley and Soutt ,as county commissioner Chipley Friday.G. mashing it to a pulp and breaking 'It
.4 M. Myers and wife were abop- He is getting alongas
I port has been put ,n operatic from' District 'No. 2. Mr. Gilbert .. above the knee.
of ter sevei well could expected.
\ ,' Bloxham Campbell, : ping here Saturday, as
", for the benefit of the traveling has served in the capacity oi)
i al weeks absence from town, bas We had anunusual, large number o1 Albert Roberson and Miss Emma
those who ommissioner for this district for
especially ,are :
:. returned. home., ,business callers the,pact week.E. Curlee were united in marriage Sunday
.. ," going into the Bay country. the-past vear, and his record as at the home of the bride's parents','

j ,';' Mrs. M. M. Harvey is visiting And as a convenience ,to passengers in officer Is before, heuce he re. 'N. Everitt, Senior and Junior, near Gap Pond. Jesse Roberson officiating. .
s : daughter Mrs. Liddon, aMarianna were bu.lne.s8"caller. Saturday. May happiness and prosper'
her from
t ) there will be no transfer luires no eulogy us. V
It, them through lite. ;
this week. Prof. J. C. Gainer teacher at
: The B. C. train will leave from of
Look up the announcement Pond, was in town Saturday. One of the enjoyable events of the

1', H.:F. Allen, a prominent bus the L. & N. depot, and on its ar Amos F. Rooks. He is a candidate Frank Enzor a naval stores operator past week was a play given by; -the

1 ness man of Birmingbrm, was a rival will discharge its passen- for member of the.Board' of Sexton was here Saturday. young people at the Methodist church

visitor here Saturday, gfers, baggage, etc., at the same Public Instruction of Washing- Saturday night. Each one acted their'
F. B. Callaway of Chtpley, spent part well and all seemed to enjoy them-
f* T. L. Davis of the Orange,Hii place on bounty from this, the Second part of !Saturday here on business selves. A nice sum was realized which.
1 J ; For the present and until further ', will be used for the church :..\
/ section, was mingling with' itS ; listricU. Mr. Rooks is too ,welt I Glad to note that Uncle Ben is, im-. w
I here Saturday. notice the following dailjjchedule known throughout this, district .
friends proving from bis severe case ofmea.lesMr. BiinaColeman :
y 'will be operated: need'any recommendationrom Harness and saddles at ,
J. W. Williams candidate for to ... Peaters of Chlpjley, is spending A5 :'
Leave Chipley, 11:00 a. m. Co.
If elected he no .
Sheriff is out in the southern par us some time here with her' daughter, jer&w.The

,,t of the county this week. Arrjye Soutbport, 1:00: p; m. doubt make a competent. and'satisfactory .'- Mas. Fred Cox. B. C. run an excursion,
Leave Southport, 3:00: n. m. ':'
,officer. Mrs. Jane ''Cook of Chipley, spent Southport, Sunday. <;
/* Lawrence Pippion of Vernofi, Arrive Chipley, 5:00 p. m. part of the past -week here with her -

( passed through town Monday en I Launches to. convey passen- We carry three of the best brother, Uncle Ben Gainer. More wire, but no better wire
than PAGE. Dunn-Coleman Co.
\route home from Marianna. J ''gers: to Lynn Haven, St. Andrew nocker fertilizer distributors Mrs. Laura Glen of Chipley, spent J, .

Mr. Waterbury ot Memphis, 'anama City, or any other pointn hat there is.-Dunn-Coleman Co the past week here with her aunt, Mrs Arch McQuagge performed>',a

; \ phis, Tenn., has been here some/ the bay, will meet the train. at There is only one best place,id M. Glen' ,.who.. continues'very sick. marriage ceremony' 'Sunday' ;,,aft "-

days prospecting for a home. loath port. : town to get everything want Commissioner S. L.,Davis ot White terooon. ,", %,, ,;,';

When you'are going into the Oak has delivered a large amount of We have the >
for the
Benj. Pipkin, a prosperous farmer and that is at T. L. Wells &Bros agency
travel the B. C.afiroad. week for Mr. Callaway
lay country over '. guano the past
west of Holmes was tore. :
of Chiplev., '" "
Co. /
in town Monday; on business. We will sell 'a Cole cotton \ (
General Manager R. F. Scar- you :! Rev. J. W. Weaver of'tbls' place, commia-

"': /"Luther Richardson was up lett advises .The Banner that the anu corn planter and guano distributor preacher in charge of the Orange Hill Tbe board of county

I [ from West bay and visited with' .trai.n will not leave Chipley until combined; "see" them- circuit has filled each of his appointments sioners were m regular monthly

\'!I '_ I I relative a few, days last we.ek.l1 tter tbe arrival of tbe east bound 'unn-Coleman' Co. on his work twice, .and he tells ,I session Monday. .
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1 : W. W. Campbell:: manager of L. & N. train, ;No. 3. They w 11also .

:. toe Vernon Cash Store, was one make connection with the

.. ot the visitors here 'Friday af- rest bound L. & N. train, 1i'0. 2.
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terrioon.r .

:.,....; ., L."H. Howell Panama City, W.Look T. Horne up the, who announcement last! week gave of We Are The ,]People :', /

was? in to see us Monday morn- ;
Mice that he is a candidate fortbe ,
:' Ing. Louis is a candidate for ,>
:,- reyresentative. office of Superintendent of :- ,, :' ,,,Kor Price and Quality On .
Public' Instruction of Washington : ." '
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A. M. Williamson of Jacksonville ; county.. Whit Horne is pretty ',; '

'" Tuesday -in the thoroughly known over the I ' .
<: :. interest of his candidacy for Congressman county, having lived here all bistife o' f .1-,
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at large. and for tbe ,past fiteen or [ '
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venty years has been a teacher 'J..f --Stoves ; );'

O. Shivers who has been ob in i the sublic schools the coun- ,,, '.* .* v ,
'.: -. ,.trip in the Pininsular part of the .y He is honest,.. conscientious 't-

.* Stale came in home and spent id sober, and should the peoplee Building, Material, Paints and Oil, ,-

fit to honor him with election ,
with his family.
Sunday /
be will no doubt,make a capable
S. Lader: and,wife of Greenville and : ..Superintendent, Harness, ,
\'. ; Mr. for he is progressive and has the ,
here Tuesday.
.: Fla.: ,arrived educational interests of Washing
is 'a prominent merchant Planters and Distributors the best made. '
\__ Lader ton> county at heart. Rember his :

u'""*ul:_, _..;of, _that city, and'will open a large request when you go to the polls. : :

-: :<( stock of goods here', of which you Tooth Cultivators : .1 ,0
Spring .
," : will_hear more soon. Kynize, all colors; the best_for T
-i<<, .'
iff': 1 a- furnIture anything else.- S
f or .
r d.,\ ,,\'; For ncmbcr School Hoard,D..*.No.a. Dnnn-Coleman Co. 's's before you by.DunnColeman. ,. ,;

f..t.t: ,'The friends of,Mr.O. B. Bosh announce
himself M Member ofHchool ,school board tr nsacted.regular '
'1'!'.''; : him to succeed The county
'' for District :No.3. Mr.
:. Board
.:,, .! ,: Bush has served 08 faithful!, for many routine business at .
; and we do not feel that his day of c
meeting '
years ,et. tb eir Monday, : :
usefoneS, to near past ,
,/, "'.'" A.11' kinds of sweeps and scrapes : tJompaoyH Crtlpj
'; ",';1'.:. ,.. :
Z ,,, ) of all kinds atnnColeman >
..l"..M.,". .ttor Wang Oo...... Ber, Irt DUu plow ,
for County Commfajp. Co.' -' '. "
';' ,;; 1 sm a candidate
". "'a for Distrust No..1, subject to the "
'it:{.coming loner Primaries and will sppreceiata Wonder if thererls going,to beany :; y ; A._, G. .AlQQUAGGE.. General l Manag'erI ,
/ of the voters. I promise if ,"-'. ", ,
"_- >;;the sapport for"the office fclerk '
w .*.. .' the best Ican. candidates -
1 4,....:, i'elected to serve you:- -
,,,' :1\:1't" :: ', Tours respectfvllBBNJ.. PI PHIN.. of'the circuit'court? '
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