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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 21, 1912


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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! Will be in Dr.Wilson's :1 > struction. Our FURNITURE is made w.. ( .
4, office the first'Tuesday in April .
it'ts"c j- i2. Consultation and exami- e to be both ornamental and useful

t ation free. And as for comfort all you have to Ba.r.ber'S'hop.
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is FURNITUREthat makes. real
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Florida and the Federal Courts. .Chipley Company and will appreciate a .share of

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THE BANNER. GOOD- .-RULES- FOR THE GIRLS Pale Faces 1 r -I). H..: MAYS. 14

issued by the. Women's Impart!
Chute Directory Health Association of Great Britain -
M. E.> Church, South.-Preaching every
.t and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. and Ireland. j Pale-faced weak,. and
L. II. Chapuelle, Pastor. shaky women-who suffer
Sabbath !School: 10 a. m. W. N. BheaU, Of more than passing! interest to day with ,
ndent.. every womanly
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. the women of this country are the i weakness-need the helpof .

nights.Young;Everybody:Men's)prayer cordially meeting Invited.Tuesday following rules of conduct Issued to a gentle tonic, with i i 1 .

"the girls of Great Britain" by the i a building action on the, "d : "

Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd Women's, Imperial Health Association womanly system. If you are : '
and. 4th !Sunday.: Rev. Baxter.pastor.: of Great Britain and Ireland. weak-you need Cardui, 1'I ,
Sabbath School 10 a. m., F. .. Superintendent. The future of our country is in the woman's tonic,because
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. hands. Cardui will act directly ont

your best all' means but the cause of your trouble.
Look-your by ,
Cardul has record of
Po u>flle Directory
be, your best also; the first attractsto
Office hoars 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p m.; except morethan 50 years of
Sundays. begin with, but the second produces success. It must be good. !
Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 the most lasting effect. I

Westbound mall closes at 5:10: p.m. You must obey the laws of hygiene E6Q
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m., '
and leaves on arrival of the east. bound respecting fresh air, exercise, CARDUI

mall. good food, .cleanliness and suitable Take C .. .
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., clothing. A healthy girlhood is the 1- :.c ,
Honey Orders Issued at all hours when
office "Is open except Sundays.J best foundation for a happy life. t AAb ,'... I

P HCUELL P. M You must know about cooking, _iThe Woman's Tonic_ '
housekeeping and domestic economy. .

Oar Clubbing Lte*. You must learn about the feeding Mrs. Effie Orahan, of .n

BAHHKB and, Semi-weekly. Atlanta and care of children; this knowledge Willard. Ky., says: "1
Journal, $1.75.
per year
does not come by instinct ,as was so weak I could
BANNZBand: Thrice s.week New York
World per year, 91.65. many suppose. hardly go. 3 suffered "
B..KEB and Semiweekly Times-Unn Remember that home making is nearly every month, for 3

and Citizen, per year 91.50. the most dignified and important years.Cardui my hint
BANi sand Home and Farm, per year profession in the world. ,
ri r tl.Bf\ awfully. I only weighed
i --- Attend, if you can, "continuation 99 pounds. Not long .
classes" in personal and domestic hygiene I weighed 115. after.f Ido

I General .Director). in your own house, remembering all my work and"am j

STATE OFFICIALS. that a good daughter makes the in good health." Begin

Governor-Alher W..Gllchrlat.ri best wife. I taking Cardui!, today.

Secretary of St.ate-B. Clay Crawford. Choose the beat companions and
Candidate for
Attorney General- Park Trammell.! read the best books you can find. Accept Congress-Third

Com Agriculture-B. E. McLin. only the best men as, 'your hus-'' District.,1

Treasurer-Wm V, Knott., bands, paying as much attention to NOW THEY DON'T SPEAK -
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Supt. Public In.troct.lonWJrI Hollo- their character as to, their personal f ",

way.ComptrollerA.. appearance. Woman's National ,', <=Vote for- Mays "for (Ogng e ;; ." ty

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." ChlefJost.lce Supreme Court; M.-H.Thos.Mabry.}L Shackleford Clert.SallroadComuflsefonR.8udson. ALMOST. LOST' H IS LIKK. r -', .:He, ." ,:'' always. votes'.lo'.. .-';hs' ..:>:'t K' ,:.' '" '- ':
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II:.A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., wIll l| never \ : .'F r y S
Chairman B. C. Dunn, Clerk.
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Judge first judicial. circuit-J. Emmett target hi* terrible exposure to a merciless" I' 2 He sees as .we. see. -: '. ", : i-t; ,: .., _
"ft dreadful cold
storm me a Jie
gave ,
Wolfe Pensacola.: I'I -< 'L '/ "
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writes "tbatr caused severe pains In my '
StateSollcttar.' : : Urst"Judicial circuit-C. chest, so 11 was bard for me to breathe. A I He feels as' we feel.Truly l.'n.: : : :;: ...'.:. w
L.,-Wilson. neighbor, gave me several doses of Dr. I .t ,, :, ., ,\ : 3

U. S. LAND OFFICE- OFFICIALS. great King's relief.Hew The Discovery doctor said which 1 was brought on the he is one of us'. \ .. :. '. :, ,:":"' ,'; ', -'A'', >," _

H. 8.Chubb Register I Gainesville. Fla. the vergeol iH.oovery.pneumonia I-did but so to and continue two: bolt with lea I'I ,0 A ."". .3, .,. :I"." :, :

Shields Warren. Receiver, .Gainesville completely'cured me," Use only this quick W.. HAMILTON, ;M. (/. DEKLE, F;M. OOLSOy. -.::... "'. c- .''"
aTe, reliable medicine lor cougtis-colds, or ,President. Vice-Preelueut: Cashier 'v : ." :"'.
'WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. any throat or lung trouble. Price DOe -and ,I;;

Circuit Clerk-W. C.; Lockey Vernon. $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed' by First ::
National .Bank \
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County Judge--I. A. HaschleonVernon. MoGeachr. ,. : >: ,
Sheriff-O. G.Allen; Chipley. I : .:
'l'reuurer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. Miss: Antique dreamed of an MARIltNNA, FLA. ;

,rF Tax A..or-J..J.'WUIlann. Chlpley. DIDN'T WANT HIM I elopement last night. '. .

Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer Kcontana.: Miss Cauatique-YQU shouldn't Capital_ 50000.00 '

t' ",, Wausau.Supt.. Public IQlt.ruotlon-B. F Gainer. let your imagination away with .Solicit Accounts of Banks, Corporations Firms ana individuals.'r,' W_
, ; Supervisor of Reglytratloo-J.. W. you like that.? Our twenty year. experience In the banking business enables ua to oiGfer i-, -
Gainer. Econfina.. you the teat banking: facilities of any bank In West orlda. We also have a ''' t

Count Solicitor A. D. Carmichael. You,are*probably aw are That fully equipped Saving Department In which we pay irterest on depoaits. Accounts ,
pneumoniaalways .
malt handled '
by aa easily aa by personal Interview I
Chlple.y.County' :
re.ult.lrom but .
a coldL never
---- ;you Send ua your bualneas. .
"- Surveyor-Thos. ';Collins Cary. heard'ota cold rosultl.ig pneumonia when ..' ,. ,
I -.. vllle, Fla.County.... Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy was, used. F. M. GOJUQON, Caehler. ..: ';: ,.. ,
,, Commissioners: Why take tbe risk when tbts. rumedy rpay: :
." J. T. Hlghtower, ChairmanVernon.. be bad for a trifle_ For sole by all dealers
.A. C. Gilbert Chipley. UNIVERSITY OF I ,
S. L. Davie; Wausau.J. '
H. Porter. Mlllvllle.I 'TELL_ THIS ON THE V. P. A. Superior But GAINESVILLE Inexpensive
>. F. Gunn Santa Rosa.School .. -- Florida Young Men. I'relide"0 I "
There is' mush amusement <
Board: quiet Four coUevea, agricultural t
G. B. Bush Chairman. Orapge Hill in administration, circles 'anent an ant Univoreityextenelonj. SO per:cent increase. 46 proteMora in
S..J. Gainer. St. Andrew.' anecdote relating .to no less a per- year. Attractive building and
catatonic addreu. A. A.MURPUREE, Th
W. F. Runs, Vernon. son than the v-e pnt.A CONRADl FretUeil... eat 01that

very sprightly! lady who- eat'next )
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. to him at dinner last with
a one evening

K..r.b..I-H.Mayor'-8.H... :)I.Wells.Farrlor.. I week turned suddenly to him and I. ..s a Good Slosran for' 1 I.. -, It's
Clerk and Treasurer: ; W. Cook. asked the question: ,F...,
.- COUD"II-A.. T).i tfortnlfthitAlph&lrman.. "Pray tell me how you: ever happened '-' set i c

C.D.D D.-.J. "R'.:M G-Cb-r.-O.::E. Tbarp Hilda I should think that you to be called nnay Jim." a Bigger and Better Busin ; r,
W. O.
Butler, Jr. ess. iJ ]
would be lonesome without your husband "Madam, 'he wittily retorted, "I, .. ". ,

down here with you. was called Sonny Jim: when I was .', ''eN.NMitS, .."."..>.... '- '. -. bone
yF. Hulda-The Idea I I'm never lone a little boy." ; ," 7 Wt

The BannerChipley some except!, when he is here.: : Immediately' the whole table was DON'T. ; BLOCK, THE WAY!' '_ '-S '. ,,_ ,'. shIspirt,

in a roar. J; ,.... Writ

DRESS IN ITALIAN SENATE. (Copyright of Emi '. Move'as. :fast as the' procession' mpve'out. Take the '', Ma!:

r nent Persona," Bureau, Washington, .pace of the ; ,:.
: company you are in or make for the ,-, -. _,
way .
Ra. Conaiderable excitement was man !$ .. :- ._
IX 0.)-,Chicago Tribune. behind,.,' r ..... '
caused'in"the Italian senate the other ,' .- '

Stands for the Upbulldia&fiChlplcy day, writes acorrespondent by one J1K!: WON'T LIMP NO.W. ; --aDon't .. :"+i 5

of the ministers the under secretary No more I limping for Tom Moore of Coch- x;_ stand in the way of new I ideas;, 'Don't; pause in the : ".5 "

for the interior Signor Falcioni en.. rllP, Uft...'l. bad Ibstep # ,
Dud a sore on my path-of better.sysfcm. Don', _settle d ivq'on 'the ladder of .
taring the sacred precincts dressed in! that notblutf sotmed lo help till I used _'
I ISuokleu's Arnica Salve," be writes "but 8u cess. Don't a barnacle] on the ship of "/ '
a fancy coat instead pregress. -.1. :
pattern morning ; ,
WashIngton County. : i Our
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; wonderful 'bulel'.oan cured me. :.: "": ..
of the black frock: coat which y ,. -- ...
ileaU old, ulcers bcllu '
tunning 'fores ,, ,
t And Florida! i., de rigeur.; Several senators burns, outs, bruises, eoxemaor piles Try means. proeress: & Progress meansadvancement t .' aboihov
seeing him take his seat on the government I It Only 25 cents at B. KTilcQoaony, ** -;; .. ; '
bench walked out as a markof 'Advancement means movement.DON'T ,r 5 "
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Subscription, $1 Per Year. protest. Later when be-'arose to ,: :

: make a speech the opposition to his BLOCK THK WAYI I ..! .. '
doing so in his unusual attire was _.' E
We make a Specialty'of BO- strong that Signor Falcioni left 5' 102..

the senate chamber, returning in a I '..", ,raze,
Neat minute in the frock coat of usher ; ,
an fort
Artistic lent him for the occ ion. On his TRADK DOIONSICOPYRIGHTS MARKS CURTIS L. JONES Al>". CARMICHAEL .: tion t]

reappearance he was loudly cheered. Ac. ,\ ,
alk.teh Notary Public State at Attorney at Law -
I Anroneiendtnff and d "U'm may Laree. .
quickly MMartntn, our optInvention "/>'" tree whether *o MuCollectlona :;:
ODlD1erclal'Printing I t prntmbly Mt.fitNblo.' Commun_ a Specialty.I ClthtpIPA
a A of &lon.AtrlOt.'lcnllod""II..I.' tllIHOBOOI/ < [ onr All business- entrusted to ,
piece flannel Chamberlain' ;
dampened with.. fur..nurtn pauul.. : .. PCSc
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Liniment and bound on to. the ...Patent..,w..e.* taken.... without tliromiti oh.r.Uuna..In the A Co.' reaelr 'rriy Care will prompt ., '. '.: ,- .
affeoted parts is. superior to plaster.! '. .
: The Bztiiiier. Wben troubled with lame back or.palnn in Stitlttifit rkaLAh.nd.omeltD1uatr.1ed.Pty. attention Fee reasocable. 0' : 'Wooi"free(

: ; the side or:chest give\ it a trial and you are .' ''T enleUun' of unr ntleiutHa Journal. 7'.rms.$6. be found at Post Office;, : :
certain to be more than pleased with the RxmtlM.41. flolilb/kll, new.d.starL' .
Fia. prompt relief which It affonla* Bold by all RUNN & Co setore.i.vs. ','-Mew York I' v. *ttorncy.At.L4tw' ,.
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i; At this the beginning of the spring season we find ourselves much overstocked on White' Goods, and .to reduc our

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known Campbell & Dekle Co. quality, and at prices you are not likely to meet again.


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j assortment of reputable PATTERNS, per yard -, .. Your: choice-worth double, per yard / -, .- .-r .
i White Lawn-;-A more,than ordinary sheer, vyith 9c Fruit of the Loom.Sheeting-. at the price. ... .10 l
\' pretty. bright finish" worth 20c,"specfal *.- *_*, ."'' .' ,' Nuff Said .. )> ", i .. ,/> 2

Berkeley Cambric-3&in wide, full I weight goods' -of our 12'I"II2'I"" Special 20c Values 1 lie-Thtsi. lot is worth your closest lie

standard quality offered on sale., .- ; ."... -, ":< ."". ',- I Ii attention, and is limited. 20c goods at'' -, ,- .
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Lonsdale l Cambric-New stock, but special pricing tor'th'isa1e 20c Indian Head-We offer here a rare .bargain in staple .
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50c White .Madras A fine ,lot ot goods consisting of latest 22c 35c Aladras*comprising up to the minute effects in,corded> : 9c.

patterns. plain'and fancy figured, this sale dotted and figures, while it lasts will go at the price -. -.. I III

.' The above are but a few of the many Rare Bargains we are offering., You owe your :: r

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Report of Board of Public Instruction of Washington County, Fla. MODEST. GEORGE MOORE."I I

I'; For Month Ending January 31st., 1912. j I Town Topics IT
the author
wonder 1 4'S
Date. No. War Tt> whom and for what paid. Amount. says
Jany. 1 lly amount on band brought forward.... .. .. 6307: 48 "Esther Waters" 'complacently in
V' 1 1577 J H George and asst teacher at St Andrews,.$ 240 00
Have that
,') '' .' 1 1S78/ lIaroldMowryteacheratMWaablnltton...... 4O OOAttlo you caught jSpring "The Apostle," just published in
.i\\ ," 1 137915RO Strickland teacher at Pt asst.. 23'SO feeling yet? Dublin, "if Paul has ever been,seen
:' 4' 1 : H A White teacher at ( .. 49 GOH
r:yl ... 1 1581: Li Kovreu teacher at Blue Pond ...,.'.. 30 OO Are you doing yaur share of by any man as clearly as he has been"
1 1583: Ur..yuungrepalrsatHt.M.r! ) 63 art "
'\-'f. ; ,.1 .. I, 15S31.1S4 Kvanah UTpaon teaching 'at David..... MOO boosting Cbiplev. seen by me. He paints a fancy portrait
,.> ... 1 O L Johnson and usst!! at Pleasant Orove..... MOO of the apostle and this is partof
"" 1 1585! Orady Russ teacher at Now Hope... 30 00 John Farrior and Ed Minchin
Fy' .. 1 1580 A O Palmer ((10 days)teaching at Duncan..... 85: a) his picture;
S .... J 1587! Wesley Jeffries (lOdayi)teach ID' at asgt.. 20 00Sy opened the fishing season today.E. "A man of medium height, about
( r 1 1588/ / R Pumphrey and usat teacher at Southport 135: 00
:, .. 1 11tI! Mattie T Donald teacher Long Bay...... .. 45 00 fire feet'eight or nine, a round head : ,
j M. Newmanot bead i
., .. 111100 IILlleay'.acheratOakleRldge............. .. 35 OO curly a
dY, n .. ... MOO .r' one yr
1 151>l teacher at Oak U 111 of the visitors here Tuesday.J. .
I + .... 1 159? T FJ Mlchner teacher at BaBe Line R3 5O neck, square shoulders, a long body, ,
?Z? .. 1 1 15U4 1503! A Ed B Martin Nelson stove teacher pipe at at .. 27 00 75 j l N. Wilson of Sneads, was thick legs, with some belly under his I S

; u .. 1 U9Hu t3a pu teacher at Lake Riley....... MOO one of the visitors in, the city girdle. His large luminous eyes ,
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1 151)0) InorO Martin teachflr at Midway I
.. '.' often look into'mine, and sometimesbe
1 1507 Blanche Pendarvis teacher Allanton. .. ,", 3OOO Tuesday
"k ": 1 '51\98 ZenaWIIII.te.cberatMurf..e.;. 3000 I with his shirt H
Th-- r appears open.
c 1 1500 I Kllza R Davla teacher at Gully Springs....... 35 U i I Uncle'Worley Sowell of the Orange -
at o1 .r .e 1 1/1/()() Cbrlvtlne Lafstedt asst teacher at Houta Rotia fiO OO: I The description is vivid in detail, j
Katy, la .... J 1001 Rosa Ualner. teacher at Panama City... .... 60 oo)( /Hill section, was in town but not, we think, in good taste;
rith tt'S 1 1t1O' Angus U: May (2 mB) teaching at Porter Pond.. no 00
1 1603 Bessie U Bowen teache Wacom.... BOx) Tuesday.The' and was not St. Paul short sighted? j Claude L'Engle ,
t + 1 16IM 0 P Allen and ant teacher at Chlpley 9000
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.o. 1 1005 Mamie HoRbea teacher at DrlnkUIll.. ........'. 30 at) Harper murder case -will Editor DIXIE .ncL.THE.8UN

et.0'Evt nC.(1( .... 1 1 lOIXt 1007(( } TJ1'oulhacteo.cher.t.OakHIII.Patience Roulhac teacher at Ht Jon...... ........ 25 30 00 00 be called in circuit court at Ver SPARROWS FIGHT STUFFED OWL. .
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AnllieE1UooreteacherMeNell. '
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filer. 1 to, 1 1600 Alvesto Jenkins teacher at Lilly Hill....,.... 2500 non today. Candidate'' for
ice h'uade ............. "
"3e. .0 1 Belle Russell teacher Cypeess 3000 A stuffed owl that sits as senti- -
,', ..' ..... G. M. Myers was up from his
1 nui John Heart ne s new bldg at Allanton..., 1500 CongressmanatLargePrimaries .
.on !' r .. 1 1612 II K Oalner salary as supt. ............. .100 00 still near Nausau and spent the nel above a row of stuffed spar- -, ;
We ; '4 .. 1 1613 W FR'lBsperdlflm and mileage... ...... ..... SCO rows in the office of John B. Doolin, I 1012 I ,
Thing ,'k S ', .. 1 1611 G U Hush uerdlem and mileage,....... ./.... .. B DOIt day here Tuesday.L. f\
1 1015 F Carter per diem and mileage............ .. 8 40 state fish and game warden, becamethe .,
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iplittRrlte .v.\ ,qi.i! 1 1010 II U Tiller com as treas....'. .....,..v.......... 0573II & N. Supervisor, M. A. for attack of live "
byrJIa11 ; ,," 1 1017 D'Oalner freight and office expense... ..... 13 42 target an H. hmm fought for the Popl>
-y1c. ,isny. 4 Amount of W H Ualn<>r 20 polls tax 11.12....... 14359lly Warren, of DeFuniak, was hereon sparrows: that flew in at the window
; a I ,'. 4 error In receipt NoSOl........'...... ..... 60S 38 of the warden right for ..1..1'.. H. will s scontinu. ?
the absence
.. business
.. Tuesday. during
"{ .l a 27 liy amount of A C Croom tax redemption .' 3 GO -:
>;' $ 27 liy amount of A O Croom tax redemption. ..... 7 46 and his employes. thi. name fight in the ':
'1; ; Fel.y.1.. Hy cash on hand brought down ... .... ......,.BS03/ 70 "Happy" Tom Farrior of"the '
-" When they returned the owl was .ant. forc iul way in Oongr..
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1 By cash on hand carried forward.............. 3503' 70 Econfina section, was circulating pretty badly done up, his feathers r
Wf i<'eby. 1 By amt of war outstanding............:....... 3435: 00 among friends here Wednesday. littering the floor beneath his perch. Vote for L'Engle ,.. .. '
(1 Cash In treasury this dato.,....:.............. 5087 70 The fighting birds were separatedand V ;
Representative R. L. McKenzie .nd.,.our ehoio for District: SS _
., We hereby certify certify t.olIe foregoing as jelng correct In rvery particular. ejected with some difficulty "
U. B. BUSH, Chairman of Panama City, was shaking T00 !
Our ry:: '' ,,, Ateat'B. F. Gainer, HfcVj and . Supt.Is hands with friends here Tues- St. Louis Republic. II It" .

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DENTAL SURGEON. Voters are already complain. ... Cotton Equal India's.: ';> :''' ,
I : Heretofore Japanese and Malays C Old; Emdee (ternIy-Dotrt) you Japanese cotton milt Interests are ,' t" ,t
log of getting corns their
Florida on- "
Chipley., have done: most of the pearl divingin like your profession sir? embarking upon the enterprise of rutu- .;:::1
1 1' y Office over First Natl! Bank. Australian-.waters, it not being bands from so much hearty handshaking -- Young Emdee-The profession, is Jag cotton In Slam. Considerable Kin-

Eve, ,:' work that,white men could endure. by candikates. all rightist's the practice I'm kicking mea..cotton has been shipped to'Japan! .J
ghoul t f'', I ., GH PARRIOR about. at times In recent years and It Is: said ',',
: $ 1 But. the commonwealth -
now govern "To In'a
log wfnized advertise when trade is dulls general way. to eqtlal Indian cot
$* DENTIST. men! has decided that after.J anuary [ useless,.don't you see?" AFFECTION. ton. Considerable- areas In Stan are
for .' 1, 1913, :white men only shall be WHOLESALE said to be suitable- cotton growing.,
the 1 advertise each.week and tradeIs '
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. 'employed aa divers and,tender&! ,
tion'Wrj l! ... v f [ never dull with me." "lie told me he had never loved ...
ALI WORK OrjAHANTKEDr Makee Big Saving.A .
'Offlce over Cbpl! y State Bank. AN EXCEPTION. Mrs. J..K. Peters of Cbipley, before .. saving of a million .dollar.a year
61151' "Oh well mustn't
; you count one In oU'aad fuel'Is said to have resulted
Potab r 'G., (j lcQuagge, *I hat that expression, Drop mea I will make your hair into switches or two times "',-\. In the United States navy by Instructing
Sole I.Wood' i'. F line."? -or buy your hair rats or comb- "I wouldn't. But I.:flnd' hat the firemen and attendants and

&: '" Notary Public "Still, it's permhible if you hap ngs. She also dies and bleaches last winter he.?)loved practically 'an. encouraging them practice economies
free on"' : Large. pen to'be drowning.!* I.Prices reasonable. entire seminary/*' r' by the ,means of rewards', the

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.is- THE BANNER '. To Organize Sons of U. C. V. #

' The following' letter was received t .
1 nt. At .Cbtplcy., Fla. by S. M. Robertson com- .if" -r : '. :

mander. of Camp McMillan, U. C. ; .
'WA.L.TBR.' JOf B., Bdltof.Entvnd .

: at the boatul9a at Chipley Fla.. Mocoad V."The United' Sons of Confederate BUY SQMBTHING BOR.. YOUR ftOME;)
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:. dan ._ Veterans are organized' for .' ";
the of collecting) data and c.
preserving the records of the / t \ "
r' ;' 011. TEA*, $ .00 .r << : .' .
: BIX MONTHS,.60THBri deeds of yourself and your gal- ,- *l ''_:. r* .
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1 ; MOUTHS.25Advertising \, i ". ,. .n ':" ."". happier 7' ",.
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,." lant comrades. 'X Give yourself'the'' pleasure'of adding to the ,
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t \; ratealHrnUhed on application.Communication "As a business man YOU will ", .< if ;: *' offyourwife and -rhildreiTb] .I fixing. up your home aJittle, : t,, .. > : :'t
realize that it is only by organIzation '
!II l -'ij'*' %/' '
of local Interest* on,live are solicited., especially It that we can accomplish You.heed not spend much. a little'.money. -.\vi1l., .Qo. a"; long: V .'. :, ; ,,:

t''to la undor tood"however. that the publish-! anything along' this line and I', ., i': JI'," i"' : ". ',j : .... ,- ;- "'" "V"i: ,:: ." -:'} ; .
of TH BL NEB will not be responsible '_ r'c" ''
",. for opinions expressed by correspondents. to 'way; if spent with judment.Sl i ..-, -. .T* ;\f ;'' '", '', .. .". .,
: are endeavoring :organize .a : I.I ..Ji:. ,,. ,il, .' .:: ", If ; J \ '..\ .::;'>. :. '
Camp of Sons in every town in'the ....:'..; ..: ... "
L.\ Tra 1L&1 NEB wants. live representative VV '
and correspondent at every postofflce South to .assist ,us in carrying .;.. r ,,.. ; { '"? .HAS, NOT; ADVANCED ilIT '. .. ,' :
r,, In the county, and will make liberal arrangements '! r4, g ,J .
with the rlgrt parties. on this work. : f.- urnl-t' ure, PRICE, T. i K E 'SO"M A 1.Y.: ". ...

". "I regret to note that there is .z ,. .;;. ...:. '";;" .' "' :. .. OTHER THINGS... ..?: *. i.*-.'. .

a THURSDAY. March. ::.11., IOI?. no live Camp of Sons in your city. .) -; ;, : ," '" ..
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: I and we appeal to you to assist'us Our line is complete and our prices are right All we .,,

r. wants to demonstrate. in the organization of .a Camp I : ,:
,' Mexico with- I .! .' lt Er.: want is achance to show and u'prices;. '. .. ,;> I "
: that she can whip there, and ask that you use your F, .you, ... makey :" .
Uncle V ,. ..- ... : ,' ,: .
: out any'assistance Influence for that purpose. i
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t Adjt. Gen. U. S. C. V. -'tiY,, ; Cash cir''Lasy'Payinent's: ;; ..

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'r- American Tobacco Co. has ac- In response' to the above letter : ; : '

( quired 51 per cent of the naval Camp McMillan, at its meeting / ': // ; < .
of the Saturday issued call earnestly ;
r: stores industry country. a ; ,. .
'.1'',., .. requesting all sons of Confederate ,.

The Kentucky senate appro- Veterans to meet with Camp : Campbell & Dekle 1 l Company.

nriated $7,500 in aid of the purchase McMillan on Saturday, March

7':. of the birthplace of Jefferson 30th, at Chipley; for the purposeof ., "

Davis'and the erection of a organizing a Camp of Sons of

monument thereon. Veterans. .

It. is a shame that so many sons ANNOUNCFME1NTS. For Tai: A.r. for, County Coiunolulomer Dl.(. No. 9
a I I hereby announce myself a candidatefor To comply with a promise- to friends
t Georgia' will follow the example of veterans have been so indifferent Tax Assessor of Washington county, that I Would go I into the race tor County
in this work. We hope to Po(I'tica.i'an'nou cementil under thishead subject to the action of the Democratic Commissioner. I now announce myself a
{11' of Florida. The democratsof will Co $5 for all county officers, except Primaries, and solicit your support and candidate for that office for the Second:
meet of you .on the 30th of Influence. If elected 1 shall endeavor to District, subject to the action of the
of that state will designate' in a Cou.ty,, Commissioners membersof conduct the affairs of the office with fair Democratic primaries. I promise If elec
March. School Board,. which will bet2/IOeach.:! ness and justice to all.DAVE ted, faithful attention to business coming -
; primary their choice for a presidential ..- All announcements must be paidfor' In .D. DAVIS. before the Board. I will appreciate
", candidate on May 1. advance. your-vote and support < ,- .t-
!, Comdt. Camp McMilllan ? Yours very truly
:.) a For Tax Collector; W.' E. IORRIS.
;: 1'10,217, u,. (:. V. f I hereby'announce myself) a candidatefor
{a< A number of the: democratic L. H. Howell for. Representative. Tax Collector of Washington county announce
J. A. MATHIAS, Adjt. I herewith my candidacy as
subject to the action of the Democratic
cr' congressmen in Washington' are To the Voters of Washington Coontyt primaries. -If elected I will endeavor at County Commissioner from District No. 3,
1 candidate.-for subject to the action of the Democratic
am a Representative
t: of the opinion that a change' in all times to discharge the affairs ,In ...the
from this county In the Legislature of office with fairness all. Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to
':.. the constitution extending' the Usually man is a. poor judgeof lOla, subject to the decision of the Demo- I thank you for all to past favors and. solicit do my whole best (n the premises safe-
his importance. April 80 and Mat 28.19J2. and Influence In the ganrdlng as may the Interests of
I Presidential term from 4 to 6 own If elected I will Introduce and support coming your I awYours the people"Of the entire county l'will
.. I a bill providing for a division of Waah- truly appreciate your vote and .
.'years.should be made, Ington: county following these lines: Commencing 1J. B. TILLER.For support.BUSH: ."
... at the north west corner of Calhoun .
SATIRIST FOR OUR SINS. county thence runolnn ;went thru 1
the center ofTownsblp 2 north'Range 13 ftuperluteutleni Public Instruction I hereby announce my candidacy to suc-
Hon. Jefferson B. Brown has. west to range line"bet ween KanKesl2&13 ceeed myself as County Commissionerfrom
Mr. Robert. Herrick ''has said a theuoe south along! said range' ilne to To the citizens of Washington county, DUtrlct No. 2, subject to the actionof
written a history of Key West. true word America'snued EconHna creek, thence down said creekto and especially registered voters::: After the democratic primaries. .If elected I
m declaring
It is entitled "Key West the Old. the Vase Liner then west- along said having carefully! considered the duties of hall endeavor to zealously safeguard the
of a great satirical novelist. Base Line to Plnelou creek thence down County Superintendent of Public Instruction Interests of the taxpayers and all citizensas
'- and the New" and js an accurate- That is to i said creek to Cboctawhatchee river. I and being: solicited by some of my In the past and earnestly solicit tour
a golden
gift any age or feel that the above plan will be perfectly strongest friends I hereby announce myself vote and support.
o and interesting' account of the any nation but never, it must seem satisfactory to all interested In county a candidate for the above office subject I A. C.: 'GILBERT.
division and eminently fair and lust to to the action of the Democratic primaries F
Island City's past and the possibilities to us, would such a gift be more the whole .Washington county. and If elected, promise faithful

r- of the future. We ac- timely than at this -stage of the I will also favor a bill prohlbltfnn the service, and to conduct the business of I here declare myself a candld&te'torCOl1nt.y
: employment of convicts' In competition the office In such a way as to reflect credit Commissioner for the Second
'_ nnowledge' receipt of copy.. .. democratic experiment' in America. wltlf free labor, and providing for their on myself and my constituents' I will Commissioners District. Subjecting:! myself
appreciate your votes, and your trust Imposed to the result of the primary elections,
:- Its being employed on the roads of the !state.
a 1 .. special value to us would lie At all tlmesil( shall use my best effortsIn In me. Thanking you In advance, and I solicit the vote and support of the
4 V. in its access to our national sense behalf of the common people of our 1 desire to remain your servant. voters of our district. If you elect me I
advocating' W. -T. ilORNE.. wlll'glve the best service It Is possi
In primaries in every county, striving to conserve their Interests you
of humor.
That is ,
sense now chieflymere and them anitlnst and ble for me to render..
'; w state for the election of delegates joke dlHcrlmnutory protect legislation. unjust J. W. THARP.
irresponsible, unpropor- "
To the Democratic Voters of WashingtonCounty .
With the hope that the above brief out I
to the republican national '
tionate, inconclusive and superficial. line will meet with the approval'of the :' For member School JBo rd-2nd Dl*.
convention, Roosevelt says: "The But to a great satirical humorist it voters of Washington county, I ask most I hereby make my announcement for The friends of Mr.0. B. Bush announce
the office of County Superintendent of

r issue is, should election laws be would open wide- to the light. The respectfully. for their. H. IIOW LL. Pubii, subject Instruction to the Democratic for Washington; County -. him School to Board succeed for himself District aa No.Member'a. Mr.of .

framed with a view to the inter- trouble with much of our selfSageUlation If nominated and elected I will follow primaries.the Bush has served us faithfully) for many -
do feel' that of
not his
years day
For Sheriff Constitution and the school laws of FlorIda
view'to is. that it lacks true .
est of politicians or with a propor- usefulness near past yet.
effort to work
using faithfully
I hereby announce myself candidate HIS FRIENDS.!
carrying' out of the popular: tion, which is the strong merit of for Sheriff: of Washington county, kubject for the benefit of'a' better and, broader :. _

will?", satire. It is.not merely serious. It to the action of tbe Detnacratlc Primaries all system the ability In our I public, possess school towards I conform-promise I hereby announce myself a candidate ,
7'I Thanking In advance for
is a glum. T has not the tonic stingof you your sop.I lolt to the rules and regulations of'the for member of the Board of Public In-,
and I
... .. port influence, am
I. school board In Its lawful duty. I enter structlon of Washington county from ,
high comedy. Against it,not only .JOHN Yours W.trulvi WILLIAMS. this race. free from any entanglement' District No. aujbect: to the action of .
With appropriate : ceremonies bur sensual complacency reacts, but with any clique or faction. I expect to the Democratic primaries. If yon see fit .'
to nomfuate and elect this '
do whole duty as director and educa me to Iportantplace V
the hulk of the ill-fated battle- also our common sense. I hereby announce 'my candidacy for I L. JU CHARLES. I promise you the best service U Is .
.t. the Democratic nomination of Sheriff' ol possible for me to render.
ship Maine which has been a
Jt Thanking you In advance f6r your vote
Washington conoty. If nominated and To the voters of Washington County. :
J. menace to shipping in. Havana FIRST VETERINARY SCHOOL. elected I promise to faithfully discharge I herein announce myself a candidatefor as well as your influence. among your
all the: duties of the office, especially so re-election to the office 'of County neighbors. In my behalf, I am V. V
:..' ..' harbor for fourteen' years,, was'p. The third fiftieth In the prompt execution and service of Superintendent of Public Instruction, xotlrs truly ROOKS V J
anniversary and both criminal and the action of AMOS: F.
last Saturday towed out to sea processes writs subject to the Democratic
i celebrating the erection in Lyon ofa civil. Issuing from the various conrts of primaries. 1 have the work well In hand ",' ,
.J' and buried While the work 'of ., the county.I and If elected J promise In future as 1pave :
veterinary school will be held in respectfully solicit the support of the In the past to be faithful the discharge Harness and saddles at 'Dunn- 'r '
!.:.. raising and again sinking the In the Democratic Primaries of ,"', .,
....,. :. : that city about the middle of May, voters conscientious derlre to discharge witha ll office. every duty connected with said Coleman,Co. : : >: V' Vd ,

y}:!' Maine cost an enormous amount 1912. Preparations are now form- elected, every duty of the office with loyalty Respectfully B. F.! GAINER. _. : 'a : ( ,," .c' '
'\', of time and money, the recovery ing to commemorate the event in a to-- Your Interest.. */CW 1 tae "IM: d Less-goo. a: at' T, '
r Yours* very' truly, For Clerk Circuit: 7: : '. -, .-
Coqrt. L. Wells & Bros.
;,.. of the bodies of the brave sailors fitting manner, and invitations are HENUY. FARIUOU., ; .
... To the Voters of Washington County: -.
[,r: who went to their death when the I being Issued to all veterinary'schools .1 am a candidate for the office of'Clericof We will sell you a' Cole l 'cotton: -i;;;; ..
in the United States and"elsewhere To the people of Washington county: the Circuit Uonrtof: Washington county .
.:' vessel sank is worth the cost. I am a candidate,for sheriff and earnestly In the Democrat c primaries, and respectfully anu corn planter and guano dis: .''. 7' :
for the purpose of having delegates request your consideration the solicit your: votes and support. ;. ,
-- in Democratic primaries. My past life is If you elect me to this Important place. I tributor combined; see themD -- ...
SICKLY CHilD as large a number as' possible.It my best rocomemlatlon, and I awureyou promise the people of the county the same Coleman 1 .. .
is authentically recorded in the orn clean, able and fair administrationof fidPlltyto duty that .I have given you .In unn- CO.'V '-''';. :.. .._
the duties of the office,without fear or the office I now hold. V :" tr .
Made Well By Vinol-Letters annala of veterinary science that the favor, should you choose .me as your I. Thanking you In advance'for your vote '' ,..

"V; from a Grateful Mother world's first veterinary school was clioK executive officers ' county. I and. your Influence among your neighbors
shall make the race on my own merits. In mj behalf, I am
New. Haven, Conn.-"My little girl founded in Lyon in 1761, since I know nothing of political wire pulling Respectfully .
ever since her birth warn trail and which time similar'institutions have end I earnestly ask your careful consideration W. B. GAINER. Liver .. a.,.-*:'
before making UP mind .
sickly and. botblnK seemed to. do her been'inaugurated in many countries, as whom you-will support.Respectfully your' To the Washington, County. : ;.: -'
any good until we tried your cod llv- the last from yours, I hereby announce myself! a candidate. : .
or. and Iron tonic. VUiot. Aa. soon aa being.. reported Abyss. M,-W. uR1lI'l'T.To for the office ol Clerk of the Cfrcult' Courtof Remedy. .,
the commenced to take It, I noticed1' sinia. Washington County "'lorlda..lubJectto
Votsrat thy action of the-Democratic Primariesto ..
an Improvement in her health and ap- the be held OQ April 30tb and .May I 28th. V
pearance. She' baa now taken three WHO.'WOU LDN'T.8 LET I herewith announce my candidacy for 1918 ; V -V
4 the office of :Sheriff of
Y :: Washington county 1 realize that. r
position a man
any may
bottles of Vinol. and from the. good It -
-- subject the action of the Democratic
get by the vote of the people 1 III a sacred
has done her' I can say U will do. all "Warden-See 'here I Wh t.;ate you primaries, and I earnestly. ask your consideration trust. If you elect me all your Clerk,'I
you claim for It-In' building 'up and and support. And If you elect will give you honest service .and courteous -
laughing at? me 1' promise to give fair '
you -a and treatment. ..
strengthening frail and delicate chil L
dren." (Name furnished .on request.) No. 999-!) :"Oh, I just; happened' to square administration Yours- .of truly the:, office and Give I will me be an on opportunity hand whenever to serve yon have yon .

Another mother .of Chicago 111., remember> that.I've got a note com-. .JOUNT.; : niUTT. business In the Clerk's Office.I ;H

...3' writes:. "I. can not say too much In ing due today.-Puck. will fully apPl't'lclaa.te'oor support.WALTER .
praise of Vinol for delicate, ailing To the Democratic o( Washington COOK.
County.I '
children. A VARIATION I For r-ounljr (Commlssloner Ol... No. tf
am a before the Primariesto ::
We ask every mother of a frail I ?
be held April 30th and May 88th, re- .1 hereby announce myself a candidate ; '
sickly or ailing child In this vicinity Mls Sweet-We all consider Willie hgoctlvely tot theoffice- of Sheriffand: : For County Commissioner from District O SALE AT .' .
to try Vinol on our agreement to.reVturn the flower .promise If elected prompt nad efficient So. 3, subject to the action of the' Democratic .. '" .,.,
1, their money. It it does not do allwe of the family attention to the affairs of the office; and primaries. 1 promise It elected' City Drug Storey: .''' '",
claim. Mr. Spooner--Yes, he's a blooming honest" and graftleaa: administration. j Faithful and efficient attention to all business ,' '':: '"f.
Respectfully ,comlngbefore the Board. ., .. -, ,
8. E. :McGeachv, Chipley, Fla.. .. nuisance.-Purple Cow. '"i ,D. A, MCMILLAN. _. OFOUQK. F.: OAINER.' Chipley. Ra, i "

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.> Lame Every Morning.

(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium)
A Bad Back is Always Worse in

the tfprniofc- Chipley Peopleare Prompt Powerful PermanentIts

Binding Retief. beneficial ef- Stubborn cues Good results are
foot. are usually yield to P. P. P. la tin -it cures
A back that aches all day and causes 0 felt very quickly when other diOll to.t y cured
klr P tines ore useless -
fe discomfort at night is usually worse

In the morning. Makes you feel as if
P. P.'P.
e you hadn't slept at all.

Can't'cure ,a bad back until you
utthe kidneys. Doan's Kidney Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
Pills' relieve sick kidneys-make you system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and,,, nerves.

Feel better>> better and A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.

sleep better. Drives: out Rheumatism and'Stop the Pain; ends Malaria;
The following statement proves the is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.

merit of Doan'a F. V. UPPMAN. SAVANNAH GA.
FLk.i ,Mr., Becca Clark R. F. D. No. 2.Gracevllle .
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Fla., !sari: "Eor a, longtime : ::"';:" :; :.: : ,, ;; : :: ;': -

.i I was uffllcted with kidney -

trouble.ot my I suffered back and from sharp pains twinges in tbeap'ail Q..G. ............. $

darted through my body when stoopingor $

lifting .I became tired easier, felt

languid and nervous and was lame on Wire fence.

arising In the morning. The. kidney i 1 1r

secretion.were unnatural and caused. -
me considerable annoyance. 'The firat ;

few doxeaof Doan'i Kidney Pills helped -"-"' -. ,..... -.- -" ',.''".... -.... .<......."'.,' '....'- .. .,..-....... ,
me and the contents' of one box: effected ..'--" -,-...-'.- "q. -- --.-......"'""...".:: .
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For V II IIBIHin l \
: sale by all dealers, Price 50 7.1'l. | ,
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..... -*- ,; ..-- '.. 11 oz
cents. Foster-MlIburn Co., Buffalo, : r i .i i i
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New York sole, agents for the United ..... ._.__ .. '; .. ) I 7.t'"
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States. ., 1"1\1"\ f$
Remember. the name-Doan's.-. l'L ., '. old'\\\ 9

\ i; "lie Represent The District." take no other. .oe ., 1..'"':'. .4';. ',, ;-- ___ IIt /,'

PLATFORM. ,. In County Sheri"Court for and Washing;_ / .:: =1 '.- .J-I. ctz, '=t'="er.> t -=:I

ton County Florida.T. '
D. Owens, Plaintiff, G

I favor andjif elected} will'diligently study and advocate of Washington J. T. Washington Bros., a and firm George campused : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: 3..

1. The principles of the last Democratic platform. Washington, Defendants it

2. Giving the Interstate Commerce Commission 'such au- Unnd and by virtue of an execution
Issued out of the County Court for and In Having made a deal'for Ten Carloads, is ,
Itority\ and :
that it and etfectively'en '
powers may consistently theCountrof Washington, State: of FlorIda .

tire into and.':,regurate, '" express railroad' telegraph. and:telephone, and, Washington wherein T. D.Bros..Owens, a firm wa composed plaintiff ': of the: Best American' Steel Wire. Fence;' we' Jjj
[panics interstate business., of J. T. Washington and Ueorge Wash. v5

-. '.f 3.: -A revision i_ of the Tariff laws./'so that. : levied for npon Ington and, were will defendant sell on the,first I have Monday levied In are in position. to make. you better. prices. (! :
April, being the first
same '
; da.y'or April .
evenue only that this.the great oppression of a free people and A, D. 1912, between the hours of Eleven than before. .' g
violation of the purpose, spirit and letter o(our 'government' and of A.the M. and Courthouse Two P. In M.,Vernon at the,'front Washington door ever >

fe constitution shall beho lou'gert:tolerated., It is robbery under county, Florida! at public outcry to :
the highest bidder for cash the following Be sure you see us, before buying: wire g
Ibe'form of the law. .I ,. ." described ,real estate to-wlt: Lou 143 .

4. Preventing'gambling in every sphere of human activity: and between 144 fronting Sixth and on Seventh:Railroad streets stteet In and the : elsewhere. It means money saved. :t

\specially in fai'm products and the necessities of life, than which town of Chlpley, Washington county,
Florida and upon which Is situated
(mere is no greater, .evil. two-story hotel building together with
all tenements and hereditaments there- ,
5. Laws that will be effective against trusts and monopolies, unto belonging. Said: property being sold i Chipley Hdw."
and equal and burdens. as the property of J. T. Washington to ,
.wi1l2ive opoortunities
'. -mot!. preserve satisfy the above Inscribed execution. .
6. Laws that will properly.control and regulate both labor Maid: execution being for the sum of

find capital and their necessary organizations! that both may have U Purchaser 13.28 and the to cost Day for of court.deed. iYLrrlWV71rWYV11''YtluurlU'Vy'w''qly''uy. '...e.. '...u.

Witness my band and seal at Vernon, ..-..-- .. -
attain, speedy,sate and adequate adjustment. Florida! this the 80th day of February, -

II 7. Perfection of the employer's, liability act, that negligence A. D. 1912. C. O. ALLEN FARQUJ-IAR: MACHINERY CO.

inly ynot be without its just burdens, tbat ,the dependent laborer!' By J, W. 43. E. Boy Street, '

allilhis, tamilySPsvithout injustice to the employer shall' be pro- W. O. BUTLER: Sol._ for Deputy Sherlff'j: JACKSON. VIUL, P, L.ORIDA.
- t :ted ana adequately compensated. .
NOTICE.FOR PUBLICATION Largest stock of Machinery
8. Business like appropriations by the Government for thed
Department of the Interior, b in Florida for 'saw mills and
Ifdooment' oflrivers,' harbors.inland waterways and good roads, U. B. Land Office at Gainesville Florida. planing mills.1DARQUHAR. -
March 0, 1912
bl tRot the ust,of the'National Treasury for commercialism Notice Is hereby !given that Callie Carter ; '
one of the heirs for the heirs of Ellla MACHINERY
'ry to | ain local favorfor selfish ends. AlcNelll.deceased of Econtlna Florida, has been built for
9. Enlarged facilities at the Agricultural Colleges to the edition who, January 13:.1S>10, mado Homestead .57 years;
EpCrj. Serial !' o. UU388. for HE: }*, more built today than other -
uc of the farmer and gardener that they may be' safely ad- Section\ Township 1 North Runge 12
West, Tallahassee .Meridian, filed Let tell '
'. has notice us you why.
vi dtoincrease their production and profit. .
of Intention to make W-W J Commutation
Proof to establish cr.r"tto the I Send for catalog'and price.
i). taws, tbat. will .create "Land Mortgage Banks" and make land
-- above described before the Clerk of
s the farmers! and land-owners'' property as s_ cu itv.I. the Circuit Court, at Vernon Florida 0.. I .
the 17th dar of April, 1912.
1 I. Improvement of our commercial banking and monetary Claimant name as witnesses? William The First National 'Bank
Wells Barrett, Uus Solomon! J. B. ,
'' : .
both .
rut \t it: be adequate and safe '
sys I \ Uoblns. all of Econflna. Florida.! OF EissacoLa
r> \ went the Henry S.:! Chubb, ,
': A 'ent of civil service Jaws that. every protection? Ed.fee pd. Register. -

sh; Ibe a rdedf; and, yet_allow, every: citizen! to'be a Sovereign and Designated Depositary of" the United State. ,. I." '

(jicipate in and ranks ot citizenship.Incomeand NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION,
tlffgduties .
par and
Department of the Interior, Oldest Largest Bank In West Florida.
l inheritance tax with limitations that will notltan U. 8. Land OWes at Gainesville, Florida! OBGANLZED: : msr :10. :1C3BO.. !-. .

1 :'' pe ] i indirect tax on State, County or municipal securities or. Notice Is hereby !given March that Lucius, ', ." /

thebtmfen ot State County or municipal taxejs.Amendingthe of Econtloa. Florida who. on May 'in, Capital Half Million Dollars. I.
inc age: ; Wintry '
1910, mad! Homestead Serial: No. '
1 I. ,, Act of.Congress of 1907 ao' as to include 00838. for 8 W W of IJW: U,(Section 33. Township Surplus and Undivided Profit, 1OOOOO. .. .:
1 North, Range 13 West,'l'alla.baBllee Annum I'
Flo La with Washington,.. Oregon, IdahOj Montana Wyoming and Meridian baa filed! notice of Intention to Interest Paid in Savings Department at Rate of 4 per'cent. per '
make Final Commutation Proof, toentab- _-,- ""
Cola rado in preventing further' additions to the Forestry. Reserve lI.b l claim to the land above described The first: Notionol Bank ," .:'.' ;' .
'i before the Clerk of the Circuit Court al ?
-, ; area ;Ip Vernon Florida, on the. 17th day of April, Of PBNSA.COLA.. r
I ';;. Abolishing the, Choctawatchee National, Forest Reserve. 1912. ,
Claimant names a* witnesses: Gus W. K. 111'.. 3m..Proal.lont. W. S. K.y...., Vice-Prea'
- I ren ::ng the unjust tax and limitations on the original pioneer Solomon:: ,J. H, Robins, Isaac, Barrett, W. J. FORBBH, Canhlur. THOS W. BHPHT \.st. CashIer. W N. KOIIBHT As".Conblcr *.
its that its territory the William Wells, all of Econflna, Florida Olrcclori:-F. C Uruntr W. A. Blnunt. W.n. Key""r. Wm. H. Knowle, W. K. lire'f. .,. ..
sett "rs'i within boundary, may. become Henry S.:! Chubb, W. J. Forbiuk Know to* liver. Tbo W. Brent. '

:. a: horn ',of liberty Coving citizens giving them; opportunity to have EJ. fee pd. Register. ,

-::. ::: ',a nuig 'ors and schools, and extend. the basis of taxation, NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. Glass" Saw 'Mill 1.

it Ship canal..across Florida to avoid the risk and !expense ofthe Department of the Interior, High Machinery.
U, y:: Land Office at Gainesville, Florida
l L trip around the dangerous coast. .. March 0, 1912. We carry at our new warehouse, 408
I Eliminate excessive cost of the. Federal Courts that" Notice Is hereby riven that William and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
I Well of EconHim,Florida who, on June Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
the lliciajy njiybe the resort ot the-poor to settle their .issues 11, 1010, made Homestead Entry. Serial and Horizontal Return Flue .
j No. 00074, for EX of SEA, Section: 30, Boiler Saw-MilU, Planers; 'Edgcr,
x: and It I merely thejplay ground of the rich. Township 1 North Range 13 West. Talla- Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also
taisee Meridian has filed notice of intention -
: is Laws to perfect and.simplify court pleadings and practice to make Final Commutation Proof engine and saw-mill repairs. We also

ft both a spjsjedy.and tair trial ij de had t, with all .essentials establish claim to the land above described s handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER -
t ; before the Clerk of the Circuit TAYLOR,,VANCE. AMREK-
establish j justi er ." .. Court. at Vernon, Florida on the 17th ICAN and DELOACH Saw Millr,'
n t r day of Acrll. 1012. ERIE, LEFFEL .TAYL }R and
AmendmertTt to the Constitution that will abolish -
i Federal .
19, Claimant : Lucius SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special .
of Federal Carter Isaac Barr Frank McNelll,
life to Lre in office", ; Judges Oscar Hopper, Florida. Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
Our forth'of government'fn'.its, three branches, -Legisla4't Henry, 8.: Chubb. Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. .Get our prices before buying..
20 i Ed. fee pd Register. We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler,
: ., tive ecutive an'udiciat.! Is the distinction.that marks its'force Write for.literature covering your special requirements. # .

and ety over the tf.ns of all former efforts. aristocracies; mon- ]Vlolst>y Machinery Co. ; /a -
land despotisms. In its representative form it js the bestlofCnristlatjxivHization R.: F. SCARLETT '
y .','Warchie : ,, 408 Q,4.0 E. Hay St. Jack.anvllle" Flor.1do.
'' produ : for the government of man, re- t.ona DItang 1'010.., 8'74.

\\o( the people the right of petition for changes {in organic Notary Public. -
servin '
i. o. o. P.
" flaw [levying of speciaJ.t x'or the granting extraordinary: F 0' ion Lodge, ,No. 40, NOTICE.f .

' ,. th _8bould have final decision. Real J c Until further notice .
. : }'priyile //50ver ,_ Estate Handled. F. tV A. JVI. J Chlpley Lodge No.56 :

I e licit' your consideration and sup frt. .Collections a specialty... Regular Communications: Second I. O. 0., P. will meet at 7:00: p.:m. .
r Saturday and Fourth Friday night in ,
) 1912. 3f' ,.. ,.1 .WfI1.;Flournoy -: each Monday evenin .' .
arch 1,' ,. ;:: each month. "
: Office '
.hi First Natloul sink. order of'the
: ; Visiting Brethern cordially Invited. By Lodce.
Candidate<< for Congressman..: ThiraDistrict; ,
W. L. TAYLOR W. M. W. A. McQiMOQE;; N. G.
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r Democratic i t '
Primaiies$91Z.. : Subscribe for the Da ner. W. W. JONES; Sec. s. B. JureoN Secv '
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r-- Rector's Little Boy Warned Bishop
.i'w_ In Vermont Mountains Who Had A supply of frivolity is without .Williams to Look at Picture
__ a Hundred Dollars Was Contlderfd doubt a possession which is once 4.Book "On the Sly.
Very Rich.
more appreciated by women. But
I Fred Emery -was visiting in the at the present day the frivolous The late Bishop Williams of of Con.
mountains of Vermont last summer must not be naturally "fluffy minded" necticut was very children,
fact and it was always a joy to us young.
is this
when he met, on the road, a long' or "foolish.
difference between sters, says a writer in Harper'. j
whiskered and talkative old man. which makes all the
H There ensued the following conversation ; success and failure when people Magazine, when father's he came for hlil
.1 at visit to my parish. Hiij
between 'the mountaineer and are expected to be amusing

'I i Emery : the expense of a certain amount of anecdotes and stories enlivened thtj
Once when he .
household. was ata, j
"Be you acquainted in these dignity.It .
parts P" ia a rare man, and usually one ing with us, he 'told the following! 4

I, "I sure be." very much blessed in his. wife, who story: f

: I II I! "Be you acquainted with Beth An. can combine with the_ ability that "One Sunday morning, Just after j 1'

derson?" wine him riches the sagacity to breakfast, I reported to( the rector'!!

"I sure be.. I know Seth well. He rain children born in comparative study, where I was soon followed bjl

lives up on the Valley road.1"? poverty so. that they will benefit bya his little four-year-old son, w\J\

TJ "Waal, waal! Be you acquaintedwith rapid and radical improvement in I climbed up on my.knee and began]
Cy Southbridge his circumstances.-Edward S. Martin I to talk. Suddenly the little fellow
p "I sure be. He lives down on the : I looked up into my -face and aid'/ '

I. Mill ro d." .. 'Bishop,_do 'oo want,to see my ply
: :( "Waal, now Be you acquaintedwith. CITY'S SPLENDID LIBRARY.. I gy bOOk r- k

i Cy's daughter, Mary P" '"Yea, Indeed,* 181 .L, So the!
I What is claimed to be the best
"I sure be. She's a mighty likely. child ''slid down an alarm \0 get
looking girl." arranged library in the world has the book. When half". "1 fie'

"Waal, Mary is married to a recently been opened in New York. room a sudden idea' seer o e'thi e-'
It[ can accommodate eight hundred back and ;
wealthy man-an all-fired wealthyman him, and running puttin:
,1""You readers. The reference departmnt one hand on my knee, he,looked ain

don't tell me!" 1. divided into twelve rooms. One my face and shook his little fo

I I. "An all-fired wealthy man I Why '''room ,is set apart for the blind, and, finger at me, whispering, 'Bisw!

"lIe will Represent the District" her husband is worth one hundred of course, equipped with books suit it's Sunday. We must do zis on

1| dollars 1" able for them. The library is constructed P"
Popular Magazine.Call sly
I to take 8,500,000 volumes,

and at the present moment there CHANGED HIS MIND.
'', Candidate for Congress Third District. For Primary Elections. -
are a little over a million on the
U AISNOUISCEMEINT.I ., The Democratic Executive Committee helves. The cost of construction When the doors opened uj the 1
of Washington county, /tttate of Florida! has been $8,000,000.EVEN tie Indiana theater a farmer w

u la every paper published in Uw Ho rights, not to fester and promotethe hereby call and provide for the holding ofa dered in and looked around.

: Third congressional district, I hay Interests of any individual or Democratic Washington primary county,election at the legal to be pollIng heldin TO MARRY."I "Ticket, please," said the d
faction contrary to the equal .prlvl-.
': announced as candidate for congressman places id each election district, on keeper.
\ I solicit your consideration lege aftd rights of others. Tuesday, the 30th day of Abril, 1912. for hear they were married in the "The only thing, I've agin th
: If you award me this great trust, I. the nomination of all Pemocrallo candi professor's laboratory." here op'rys said the Hoosierhe

upon ,principle. to b. published and promise you my best I shall esteemIt dates for the office of State Senator from "Yes"; the professor !could only walked away, "is that they d .'
: discussed In the campaign. I am by an honor to represent you and our the 25th senatorial district, one Representative -
pare half an hour. begin till bedtim8Su as.
Instinct, training and studan ardent district only when elected by your' a County Judge, Clerk of the
Circuit Court. Shereff, Tax Collector.Tax
honest, loyal and voluntary; ballot.It .
of form of
supporter our government 1
,: with Its three distinctive. and alluring Is my purpose to give yOM Assessor, County,County Treasurer hunt,of five Public County Instruction Commlsitloners -- . . . . . .

\\, branches: 1.. Legislative; 2, Judicial; platform soon and also to visit, if time three members of the School

> 3, Executive; which should be controlled will permit, your precinct in order Board County Surveyor, Supervisor of Neat Printing
;:'i f; of, by.; and for all the people, that I ,may have the pleasure and Registration, one State Committeeman.
whether natural or artificial, without honor of speaking before you in per one Congressional Committeeman, Justice
:t stealthy; encroachment by; one depart- son. In the meantime I hope to have of the Peace and Constable member for each of f Creates a good impression

"J ment upon the other, or upon the peoI the attention of every voter throughthe each County election Committee district from one each election
\ -pie's right. by'ring rule, factionalism, press -the safeguard and advisor district. among your. correspondents

I judicial construction or otherwise. of the electors and the sure precursor I SECOND PRIMARY. I .
Let us emulate our fathers a. men, of civic improvement. Every elector I j I Provided that a second primary, where s and helps to give yo. blls
Is burdened with the obligationto under provisions of said law, \. .;'
.. candidates and as voters. Let us necessary ; S ..
I study and r.allf e our position conceive advise himself and cast his vote. shall be held on Tuesday, the 28th day of iness prestige. _

the purpose of government, the The man who isTOO BUSY, like the May 1912 to choose! between the highest "

solemnity of our obligations as citizens man who la corrupt, ia a serious obstacle candidates where nomination shall not We do Neat Printing ?., .
In the
have been made by majority vote ,
:. and be true to the trust reposedIn in the material advancementand i first primary electionand at such second Prices.t t., f" *-

us by those whose earnestness safe administration of a govern primary election only such electors aiJ at Reasonable "-
and sacrifice erected this great constitutional ment likd ours. If private corpora. J were qualified to vote In the'first primary
tions were as careless In .. Banner Office. I
government. Let us not selecting I election be permitted to vote. Job
for favor circumvent their directors as the voters are In QUALIFICATION OF CANDIDATES. .
:Dr passion the electing their Those and only those persons shall be . . .
purpose or power of the primary in public servants private I'
:ft' the selection of the best man corporations would be a failure, permitted to become candidates In any
election held the Democratic
and primary by
I want to serve you no less than likewise' with our governmentwere Party In said county, who declare under ,
you should want the best services. it not for your indulgence, patriotism :, oath, said oath to be filed with r ";!i. 5 a ,.

.5. S .' I ASK NO HASTY COMMITTALS. I.. and the great power. to tax. man of the Democratic executive committee ,
am not before you to win BO much I If all would participate actively and of said county, their allegiance. to" BAY HEAD INN
.. I am. to be true to self and to my honestly, I believe the best man for the principles aud organizations of the ,
the position and the best Democratic party. national, state and j
government. I shall make no state .good for the I E. M. NEWMAN Proprietor.
district would be had and done. YOU county In the last general election.,
ment, either on the stump or In the

press, merely; to please you, or to OWE MORE TO YOUR DISTRICT,I Those ELECTORS'and only QUALIFICATIONS.those persons rball be ., Boy Head, Florida.-
catch vote. I shall appeal td THAN TO THE CANDIDATE.,
;your permitted to vote or participate In the
your intelligence, not to your passion, Remember yourself, our district management of any primary election held Mecca of the 'Tourist, Angler, Sportsma/ ,

i or faction. Government, to be per- and me at the polls. I'Iby the Democratic party In said ,county ?....*........11.-.
..manent must be founded upon Intel. May I have the pleasure of a letter who are white Democratic electors woo
llgence. It Is for the protection and from you' | declare their adherence to the principles Rates Per Day j Newley Furnished ) Find Boating
WM. W. FLOURNOY. I| and organization of the Democratic party Good Table. } Batbinl .
I NT- preservation of individual\ and pub- national state and county, who are $1.00 and $1.50 ( j and

,I by.the laws Of the state lawful elect.orsln ..17"O}. I '1..1.. ,.. ,....7 """' ..!!> -""' "" E!' ; ,; RECORD IN PIANO PLAYING. UNWELCOME VISITOR. I the district which they,, offer to vote C m--'t!!!
I I who have paid their poll taxes legally; ,
The Paris newspapers record 's An incident occurred the due the second Saturday In the month \ .
r uncanny
y '., teat of endurance on the part of one other morning in Gold Run, Cal. A who proceeding shall when Such challenged urlmary election by elector, and
': Thorpe, described as a native of Bohemia monster rattlesnake lay on the front'' make In writing his oath before an 11- :

,t'.,' >. who, played the piano for porch of the residence of Mrs. ]',I spec tor that he supported the nominees Your Home Pa
hours minutes of the last Democratic or eo
.. I thirty and, fifteen Charles Fitch for several hours, I| primaries for the .
;' r '. without stopping. It seems that while her children played on the nomination of state and county 'officers: tor I
provided he part.lcIPated.ln said prima and : '
there is a record even in this kind. ,
porch and in the front yard. The PJ
rice, and that he will support the noml-
;, :' of folly and that It was formerly youngsters paM, little attention to'' nee of this primary. I

':;, held by Mr. Waterbury, whose per- the snake and the rattler lay apparently -j l'I PROVIDED, It la the sense of this committee The Pensacola! Journal e m "

,;:,, formance- extended over twenty-eight unconscious of their presence. that no white elector shall be prohibited .
and, a half hours. The report'statesthat Mrs. Fitch spied the children's from voting In'ila.ld primaries
com FRANK U MAV... Editor.
who If challenged, shall declare. under
f k Thorpe was fed and given stimulants panion and summoned a farm hand, ,', oath In writing, lobe filed with the Inspectors -
S during the entertainment. who despatched it. It had nine rat- ': that be will not vote against or is going to be the most notable year
' But nothing is said about the audience tles. any nominees of said primaries. American or Florida Politics. You, of course, v|

r as to whether they brought -.--_- ASSESSMENTS: to keep posted. You can do this by taking your I If
S their beds took their MINDS MATED. What the candidates before said primary .
or enjoyment town and outside _.
election shall be assessed as follows paper qne paper. Here is.the prj
,., In parts. I
which amounts shall be paid to the Chairman sitkra: I
"I tell said
can one thing
you .
of the County Democratic. Committee
CUTTING NEW TEETH AT 8'. Tawkins with emphasis, "when I on or.: be for March ao, 1912. to-wlt: fi ftKOULAnPRICKl ,COM.PRIG. '

marry, Jt won't be any "higher edu For! !Senator .. .. ...*......H.S ,9.00 .R.
Although eighty-nine years old, cation' girl. My wife, won't !know" For! Representative.... ...,.. 18.00 Your local paper . . .$ i1 year. ; .
Henry Edleman formerly resident Greek" For County Judge ..... ... .. 60.00 } months.
of : Kor Sheriff,... .............?... 100.00 The Perwacola Journal (Dallf) $ .oo ) months.J '
: Roxborough, now living at Olad- "No" said Edgely, looking at him Kor'' Clerk; Circuit Court..... 100.00 ,J-

': __. wyne, Montgomery county, j just tttentively "nor beans."-Boston For Prosecuting Attorney..,... BO 00 Your local paper. . . .$1.00 II .
_? :. across the Schuylkill ricer from Transcript For Tax Assessor............. 75.00 Th Penaacola Journal (Weaklj $1.00 c months] ... :: ..'
) _
t" Manayunk, has cut eleven new teeth For Tax Collector............ 73.00 J q ,:
r in the last three In addition F'orSupU Public lost_. ., ... 60.00 The P.n.a.ol. .Iour..1 I. not only W..' .IIda'. 1.1' '.
"' '. yean. THE BRIGHT SIDE. For County Treasurer. ..... 25.00 laxly INot It I. ro.rd" ky many .. the most prcnoue.MlV .' ,.-
c to the new molars which have come -' For! County Surveyor! ...,. 10.00 .. M PrtHro D.o tar florid.$ IU .dlt.rld PI'' .' -....-'
; to him in his old age his sight has "You always seem to be so cheer For.County Commissioner.... 5-00 w adv.rtl.M tdpryu.. *Mlvmti ad. "nd.psedmtIt.. ..... ..._ M V|.. |..compl.t..d r_,
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: also greatly improved While he : Sal, Mr. Spruceley. For Member School Board. :. 5.00 ,:#

: wore glasses constantly for the last "Why shouldn't I be? Here I For Justice of Peace.........'.: Silo ... You can-get this special price 'now, which a' :>:; .:l
For Constable ..... ...... ... S.5O .
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few yean, he is now able to read the am, forty years old, and I have For Supervisor Registration.% 7.SO to paid-in-advance subscriptions pnl y by *H ', ,' ':J'Y.''1'fr.JI, ;:;

t", finest print without any artificial never had to listen to a baccalaureate. I W. C. LOCKXT, Chairman the money; to your home paper. :;" -
: aid.-Philadelphia Times. J. O. CArsTnrrSecretary. : ..:
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[iVE-MAKINGSTYLES CHANGE JJC/9E3800E#' t190000'900D000130GIOtW00CiC} 1t+ii 0?H
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the Sentiment of Old + LearnSliortliand arid Bookkeeping. '
Today Flowery Fair
Tim.' Play !I. Considered. ..... II Value for,the Eight Needed In 8 |
Drilling In Rook U About
ly Melodramatic. WOO. 8 We have had in the past more demands for Stenographers

{' 14 -'t- 3 and Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply. New bust-2

When a successful play of 28 or; A diamond bit for rock drilling is R| ness concerns are starling in Pensacela and West Florida g

ay offer 30 years ago- revived critics inva-' quite an expensive article. Its value, almost daily. These concerns need Bookkeepers and Sten6K.

riably hasten to point out how the- however, will: undergo fluctuations,, I raphers. THIS atrical "old-fashioned" SpecIal
and dramatic dependent upon the price of the dia- $30 Course.
PORTABLE fare; bo in the last gen-' g
monds. Perhaps $800 is a fair value-
eration. And, in a sense, the' criticism R In order to supply the demand for office help, we have decided to'offer j a
LAMP diamond
for- 6 t. The used is :
a ex- for
: a three months course in Shorthane a. d Typewriting or Bookkeeping ;t'\
FOR Is quite justified. The, senti ceedingly hard-harder than those I $30.00 each. Special rates for boa rtV and other expenses will' be secured.. !:! .
ment of a former, day cloys the used Their carat Total cost will not eqceed $100. Including/ : tuition. '(,
usually as jewelry
HOMESTORE' heroics only'' Even eXpert Some of the beat stenographic positions in the, city of Penstvcola are i u.
amuse us. so -
price is considerable averaging, say,, held by former pupils of thin school who completed their course with via '" R
a workman as Sardou feels the at $tl0 carat.. The. diamonds used three months The Byrne Systems that we teach are simple and practical f J Ju
OR changes of time. ,His set scenes- and can be mastered in three months. We secure position for pur gradu-
[OFFICECOMPLETE, denunciation will weigh from one to two carats, so i ates. Write us tor lull particulars. ,
rage, jealousy, terror--
that 'eight have a value ranging from

SI E.48 are matic.nowadays Actually dismissed'the difference melodra-is loss$480;.of to a$960 bit;means on the so average.many The diamonds !j Jones'. Busines College; .Pensacoia: Fia.i i .

one of mannerand not of essence. gone and may lead to difficulty cccceccccccceccc ccccccccccccocccococccroococcccccccti)

M Cu.l1e Pa.rar !M. lte.i We are quite as fond; melodrama. with the hole. The diamond is --

i c..8tC'rr1"'Lic Au"w..>* ? today as people were 30 years ago, not tough, but.brittle.. It will with
lap if by melodrama one means impos-
This stand heavy pressure if applied evenly
Lamp"|ig handsomely sible human,beings acting in an impossible ,
and shock. It read-'
: without
fickclkd lapped, hedt t"29: inches way. And, if anything, we ily be seen that drilling can through It Makes More. Cotton ,
with utomatic: elfUsuiilpnce sentimental than the .
are more today rock -become unfa ,***
seamy may quite '.,
leaning neeftto .gtobe and Victorians were. Only',,once upon a vorable. If there is much quartz In a number of .field, tests made by various- .

III11p. $22.00. time sentiment voiced itself in nice- become "- stations it found that .,'
present the abrasion may ex experiment was. complete
I::e have the bt st line of Man- ly: turned and nicely balanced sentences .,
cessive. Under ordinary ,. animal (tankage) fertilizers produced 10% to 95%,
Jsand supplie/jtn the South succeeding each other in ora however the wear''pn the diamonds more ..cotton. than cotton seed.mealgoods :/ ,
... complete .
torical form. Today even sentjment ,
lowest prices Estimates while considerable; is by no. means .. ', ..
I d Iasa lot of "go" to it. On the;stage,
Cassler'a .
expert advjc; Free. prohibitive.- Magazine.When
: as in the magazines today the broad- The "reason is this Tankage does not become _

t shouldered young man, who addresses available all at once-it's action extendsover
[tandartfllightCo.! her child is in danger a woman "
spasmodic half sentences to the only will risk her life to protect It. No great a' longer period- time, thus giving'your. r.. ,

woman in the world. is as popularand .or of heroism or risk: of lire Is necessary to plants a more continuous supply of food. --
111 EAS BAY ST/ as offensive as the heroes were protect a child from croup. Give IThmber* And the very best grade. of this tankage forms '

ICKSONVIL &, : FLORIDA in the! age of vapors. and antima Iain's avoided.Cough"' Kerned by all and dealer all .danger Is the base ofArmour. '

cassars. .

SHE DIDN'T REALLY MEAN IT Animal, FertilizersWe .

ityl ... ----i know the tankage we use is all.right for '"
Rejected Suitor Take Young Lady at
England sticks to. her fruit rais animal mat-1: .
Her Word. and Receive. Only we'put nothing but carefully-prepared '
larber', ing. In ten years orchards increased Abuse. ter into it. We have a great advantage er other ..,

'. ., 25,000 acres and small fruits 11,000. manufacturers, because we get the best materials'from .. .. .
:, ,
Last-year there wele_ 21,000 acres 1 ]n-BO. sorry, she aaldj as gentlyas ;-
the largest packinghouses in the worldArmour's. :< ,
p. : in strawberries, nearly 9,000 in raspberries possible., "But I cannot be allj: : 1',1, .'* "! .:
.. In and that in life:, I \ K" \ '
1. I 25,000 gooseberries you wish your willj "" :'
Waiting.arber3. currants, 172,000 in apple trees, always think of you' as a Very dear, Make'sure of getting best results ,this seas n, '.. .
by using the best kind of plant food "Armour"Animal" .
nearly 10,000 in 12,000 In friend, though. .
pears ,.r:.. .. ',,,
[ cherries, and 16,000 t! in plums.; "Thanks,"he muttered goods."" : .. ., .
. '"And if there ia any which '
.' A'RVELLS.: ; Agent.; "" .. '',
: -s.
|rythui'.Up-to-Now. -. SHOCKING HOUNDSIn .,I can ever help you by Advice 'Or ,en' .. !, .," if \.

7 the earth nre sometimes. heard before a deavorjgou: must not ,heaittteto_ call .. '

,, ", . ,..-. ..., 15c: terrible earthquake, that worn of the coming on,.Ine. :, :: ?- Chipley, Fla. ;;;: .: :: : .
cutting, ,....s.., 25cr. Mature' warning are kindThat : Well-there la ( .
spool ..... ....._ 25c. peril. "Do you mean it? ,'
10'tbe hack ,
.ease, ..... .. .'.,. 2SCrSinge dull pain or*cbe ; warns a way, right now- ,, MANUFACTURED BY : -;
.. .... 25C.jt you the Kidneys need attention It you '
ir ,u ." "What can I dor"Tou "
a would .escape those dangerous maladies, ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS
a eSOlicit Your Patronage.Very Dropsy, Diabetes or Urlgnt'e disease > hare...refused, : marry me.. "
Take Electric Bitters at once and see back' So I thought ,I'd Mollie JACKSONVILLE, FLA..

Respectfully, acne fly and air your beef feelings return. J qne If you'll see her and put in'a
", benefit from their
D. Peters Iropr. Mv son reclved great word for ltll a ..-
a| use .kidney: and bladder trouble" writes good. me ? help me --- -,

t Peter !toDd,'. South Ilockwood Mich., "Jt lot and might make me the happiest; We promptly obtain I!, H.and'Foreign
is certainly great kidney; medicine. Try man on earth. My destiny's still in

ItCO cents at 8.M:. McGeaeey. your hands and-''. '

p d .;;; And that was all he said. For she to write foi our oflnlldontlul letter before applying

bl+ THE REASON interrupted him by saying that he We promptly for patent'it obtain U.may B, and be worth ForeignPATENTS money.' r

to was the meanest, lowest, sneakin'estman $ rteuJ model,iitutali or pboto cl invention for
free report on JlRI.mtnhlllty.onr free' book
m on earth and that she would H write'
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M and TRADE MARKS ne eturh EN;: P tentHi, cnroTRpup9At1K: I $o
ucs never speak to him again. as.long,aa or TIRE photo attorney's and we send IMMEDIceTy
she lived. FREE report on ,
the beat legal service.and advice, ana our
charges are moderate. Try na. 4, t


I Y I "1 blamed my' heart .for severe distress Patent Lawyers <'Opposite U. S. Patent Office'
(1 1J In my left aide for two years," writes W. Opp. U.S. Patent OfficeWashington D.C. I WASHINGTON C; C.

sy Ablest I lightest running fastJ Kvao, Drinville. Va.. "but I.know now ,it it-w wx
;saw mill ever built-a mill \v.I.-ID'dlgeatlon. as 'Dr. King's. New, Life
tan buy at. the fight price and Tills completely cured me." Ior- I
sha I.nb you can,make-big money stomach, liver'and kidney trouble constlnation EMMETT ,WILSON. '"

par Feed ,headache or debility. 28o, at S. E.
111 i IIa the Jaylor. :McGeaobV. .

JTBlll fitted with wOecabiedrive, "'J/<
( :: _' V \
1 attachments and adjustableImproved .
Inc carriage-backing de- "CAPTURING" EAGLE. .,< +
Inicfc acting and a Mm Ball r.Hi ',.1 I ''f
9xa+ f f vo
Flo ills sizes, portable....'.'.1\' and -staLnnfacture -- One, of the Incidents of the last i

Colo En nee, Boilers.! Ca4ee-O.4 season in Dead River region that .

lachine! ,Cut- Saws.W 004 Mrs. Eigby-la she happy since escaped press notice at the time was j .
area and. do FOUD ry.'Wol'k. ,
it Information etc. and prtaa'on IU 'thin. ; she secured.her:divorce? the fact that William Ledgyard of ., .. I., ". '\ .
1 roc need.; Mrs. Digby-Very. As a wife her Boston and Albert Leavering of New "
I"-Taylor Iron Works j; (' <. ''.{f ;.S.W'/'J I
t' a*._ allowance was only: $20 a week, but York, then guests at Round Mountain
y; sett now he has to pay her. 350 -a week camps, attempted to capture aneagle t t'.. .,I.t \ .......

horn alimony.. and: wereunable to carry oft t 4..t 7 .
'' the sky king alive. The furious '''" '..., .., .
: od.'sSeeds THE MOVEMENT IN .EGYPT.. .. ..... :..
\ bird made such good use of hIs beak ,,'...., ;;JJ (.
,. the L and claws that the gentlemen were ...
of .
1OJ.2.; Now it is the Moslem women .
1 for Egypt who,are, taking: part 'in the finally' obliged to hold him underwater : .

the j .If DescriptiveCati o women movement having asked of : until he :was drowned, in orderto : ;,,' .
I alI demonstrate that one of them'was ,
to attend
and cp- the Moslem congress the Tight
18 :e best ';\1'- prayers and sermons in the not in reality a captive of the eagle.- :4r:1 :"
. lice t arden aiidSeeHs. mosques, a privilege.already grantedto From 7aine-Woods.:

tlals the women of: ,Constantinople.They '
; urn also ask that the primary education -,FOLLOWING. 1 INSTRUCTIONS.
. 19. -
I fanner andgardener ,of young women be made obligatory _
life te '"(food heavens .Tobn.hoW'.did
u of this catahha3 you
Lve a copy that girls be admittedto
,. \ ; young
; ;:;)) 20, long been recog- come to end such an ugly woman Y
';:. II schools of medicine; to use means
iJ..j.. _: ,\,', tive, I ttundardauthorityt and the abuse from the intelligence office. .She's
to ;
"..;. .'-' ,\ '' and I eland correct informa- prevent! polygamy scared'into..6t ."..,, : '
8 Mohammedan
. ; : 'of divorce and. to teach '
. t, 'to ,I' archie'\ Ij;hit gives, f&fe girls sewing, housekeeping. and "My ,dear, I did'exactly. aa you 1 4'p
LeKeadquartewfor told and informed the office we
: :Z"'" me, .
;i. : \ prods .hygiene.fedeniary. .
7 Ldaover Seeds, Seed wanted a plain cook.!
ser vi >
Oats,'Cow Peas
, law, tb V!,Seed oil Farm Seeds. habits, luck of outdoor exercise; ,t.
...:3.: .pr' 'I !3DS and Insufficient macttcatlon food, eonsti>a* ;How to pure* cold- la a que.tlon.In j.
e i !( !|nailed lo0ji. torpid liver,worry and anxiety, are wblcn"'many ,are Interested just now.
< I 6 ,* pLvWnt 1e or it.OLSONS. the mast lommom cause stomach troubles Chamberlain's tougb Remedy has won Its
and take Cham. and Immense sale by its
rM "I; '. dot reel your fatbits treat reputation -
arcb "'" berlnin'B Stomach and=Liver Tablets and remarkable: care of colds it can alawya :

,, i. WOOD ; VL ;: you will upon be well.again.//: For sale.-by be depended upou. For sate by All, Deal- I Candidate for Congress.. I' .
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Reception Discloses An Engagement. NO...U.I.I.n.I..I..I..II.II. "fwFFFFfFfFfff.F

i ] Personal. IT The members of Golden Link ] Town Topics.Circuit IT _

!i Rebekab Lodge I. O. O. F., gave 1frtw !
:'T. Stokes Jr. spent Saturday a reception in Fraternity Hall court!. session at Our I IIt
f FHarpojse:
at DeFuniak. Wednesday evening from eight Vernon this week. #

I of Hardlabor to eleven o'clock. Certainly no '
Jas. Brock was Stranges by, the score are 'on ;
in town Friday. better place could be imaginedfor the streets these days. Y
and the Hall is to handle any business
an assembly, our purpose
A. D. Campbell spent a short ..
Vernon is the Mecca for the ,
while at Bonitay Saturday. never seemed more inviting thanon -e'ntru'sted to us in such a fair and liberal
this occasion county candidates this week. ,.
W. T. Morris from to make
Vernon on business Friday.up Stately palms and ferns decorated Quite good sized crowd attended :? manner as

the brilliantly, the chautau ua at DeEu- the customer's re-

[W. L. Sessoms was over from the Rebkah colors-pink 'andIreenbeing' niak from here Saturday.The lation with this ,
Bonifay and.spent Thursday .
; ,
a feature of the
automobiles are doing a satisfactory ..' V '
W. A. Prince and wife visted decorations.

with relatives here last week. There was a delightful lack of good business this week carrying and profitable.
passengers to and from Vernon.:
Mrs. Dell Watts was over from formality; each one meeting ev- *' .'
Quite a number of the State 4 Aside from the excellent facilities offord-
Cottopdale and spent Friday. ery one else, and then the assembly -

Wells returned Frid f melted into groups and couples candidates were at Vernon Monday ed, this bank has the vantage of a large

@e to present their case to the ,
from a trip to Tampa. and scattered through .the '
,, I Hall. people. 's Capital and Surplus. .
J. R. Shomaker of Cottondale,
was a visitor here Tuesday morn- Frappe and Angel Food were There is a leak 'in the water

ing. served by Misses Eunice Tug- main at the corner of 5th and The ,

s ;0. ButlerJr.. spent Tues- gle, Flora Campbell, Glays Far- Jackson streets which should receive : '
". :
: t plantation near Campbelln. rior and Ethel White. The fav- attention. V First V / '\-..

n. ors were gold hearts pierced by
"* The editor has had two cases

J :, Robert Brooks of Vernon/ silver: arrows. of measles in his home-his wife National

visited with friends here Mon- Strains of music were heard :
.. "' and little daughter-but they are
;., _day. throughout the entire evening, both convalescent now. Bank of
; ,'; At the close Miss Annie Judson -
/ I
Theo Weber of New Orleans I
Benjamin Pipkin who
;t' ',. fvas a business visitor here last in her usual charming man- Chipley.
recitation V ced for county commissionerfrom .
week. ner gave the : Announcing -
the Engagement and district No. 1', three weeks
i /J. J. Barrow of the Sexton ,
ago has withdrawn from the race.
in this announced the
neighborhood, was in town Sat- way en-
( urday. gage nt of Miss Mayme Tharp I Williams & Helton are openingup

t to Mr. William Hardwick of their stock of goods'tbis week of District Off
B. jassitter Panama City I Manager Whitted the Camp- Registration ]e
'& V rwas mingling with friends here Headland, Ala. The date on They 'will tell you about it in & Co. has caused
; .. bell Dekle <<; many Following is a list of Dig]
which the culmination of this in
iij : I Friday hap these columns,'probably' nextweek's cbanges'to'' be mad.e in the appearance Registration Officers
*" *" appoi
event will is
%;kkilt fc. and 'John Earrior py 6tb occur' WednesdayJune issue. of that store recently; by Mr. J. M. Simmons, coj

il : spent Thursday at Reddick a 1V-2. B. Blake & Co., have the hand it now has a regular city: air and registration
-t'lt.,:;:: mm fishing. */ This'announcement of the en- officer.
: .
Ladies about .
"4t.)>'; somest line of MisseS"and appearance it.Walter'Cooksays registration be

: L' p .r, :.,. /j- Cary Forester of Millville was gagement was followed by a toast Children's dresses ever seen in each .
from Mrs S. Berton Judson to be j just can't opened preci
/ one of the visitors here for a day in
Chipley, and you are invited, to
;! .' ( or two last week. the bride elect who was lovely: call and'see them. ,- stay at home these days. He 15th and will remain ,

: in of hand embroidered "I candidate for the four weeks. If you! ;j t
a gown says: am a r
W. T. Horne Candidate for
'f A. G. Allen's Minstrel will be
ready registeredgoal
white satin. lira-
V crepe meteor over Clerk's office, and must get
..... : ,' ,, County Supt., was in town a few attraction here Friday night. atonce. ) '".
; hours Then as Dr. Mitchell renderedthe ber d'up for the last lap of the \
:'.. ., Saturday. No doubt they will.have % large Dist. No. 1. J, D.,
'I" solo. "To the, End, of the race which occurs April 30; I am Nt :t
z ,,;. 'J,'f,>,", County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael World With you" congratulations crowd, as Allen's is one of tb'ebes running some now,-but I will be 2 Z. D. 1"" DIt

\; .. '''' : spent a few days in the bay were extended. *minstrels on the road. flying tb .n.'" 3 Walter <
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1 t1.+ ');4' ( 'II' country last week. Miss Tharp is one of Chipley'smost The B.. C. railroad had a little .. 4 4 R. L. G. '

t., V ,',y..t.; -: Joe charming ladies and wreck in the at 5 W. A. E.
Hodge made another one young yard Soutbport Shirt:: ,waists at B.-Blake & Co's '
:..: V ;V : of those business (?) trips to Mr. Harkwick is a popular young Sunday afternoon. The baggagecar 6 W. M. 'WA!

Bonifay Friday evening. business man of Headland, and which was on the rear of the Come gentle spring, ethereal. It 7 J. T. Howe!

k:V connected with the First National train split the swith and toppled mildness, come. i It 8 J. E. Howa
V Attorney J.< W. Kehoe of Pen- It
Bank of that in line of and skirtsat 9 T. B. Youn
V sacola city. over. A negro the car tryingto New dresses
f' was here Monday, enc It
Vernon The reception time passed all get out crawled through the B. Blake & Co's. 10 O. C. Park
c- route to. to court.- "
: too quickly, and those present window was caught and 11 G. W. John
," More wire but better
A. H. Cook and wife of Pensa- will long have occasion to remem- death. no wire 12 J. M. Simm
than PAGE. Dunn-Coleman Co.
cola. visited with relatives here U 13 P. N. Hutc
,. ber the time they were so delightfully I ..
and at Wausatf last week. entertained'in the Fra- We refer the attention of our We have the cutest dresses tor 14 T. B. D. G
.'" V readers to the announcement of children ever saw.-B. Blake 15 J. J. Cox.
;: F. Bullock, one of$t. Andrews ternity Hall. you .. 16 E. M. New
Bv F. Gainer, who offers for reelection & Co. ,
.. U
f prominent citizens, was mingling 17 W. B. Gay.

', with friends bere'Tuesdav. as Superintendent' of All the members of the local 18 J.'J. Kron
We have the for the Public U
agency Instruction ot Washington -
19 W. G. Hinsjj
t" bar are attending court at Vernon -
J. W. Tharp, candidate'for Enterprise stove.DunnColeman county. The record of Un- U '20 H. L. J3ow(

: V: county commissioner from this Co. ? cle Ben (as familiarly known) as this week. 21 J. W. McKII

district, was in town Tuesday Seems to us the ground hog's I an officer is known to all, and he Come to our store ane seethe 22 M. M. Fra'
23 D. H. Ho
:: ,: ,\ W. C.: Lockey was up from the six weeks are exceeding the tells you in his announcement i pretty new thing we have for the 24 W. R. Mill|

'" county site and spent a day or speed limit. that he will discharge every duty 'ladies, misses and children too .. 25 Ai Hogeb

; \ -., :, two here with bis family last connected with the office. wear.--B. Blake & Co. 26 James Yat|
I Why make shirt waists when

>' .. J.'y"" week. you can buy .it from us already

V ( u ", Rev,Lynn R.; Walker ofDeFuniak made.-B. Blake & Co.
.,. V V.
was here Sunday and Kynize all colors; the best for I
': preached at the Presbyterian
furniture or anything else.-

''J 1 ," V church. Dunn-Coleman Co. We Are THe
"' ,
: McMillan
P. A. of Millville
; The county campaign will wax
; ; and a candidate for Sheriff, spent .
pretty warm as the date for the
I:,. .. ,Sunday.... night here, going out to primaries approaches. For Price and Quality OnWire
ti .,, vernon Monday, ,,' ,-, I
All kinds of and
sweeps scrapes ,
Jeff D.,Stevens was here Monday '
and plow shapes of all kinds at i V
V : V i morning enroute to Vernon < Fencing
V Dunn-Coleman Co. _";,,::
in the interest of CongressmanMays ': ."
The excessive and frequent '!;:.
.:. candidacy for re-election. Stoves
rains is interfering with all kindsof : < -,
V.V Park Trammel candidate for
farm work. .
: governor, ssent Sunday night Building Material Paints and Oil

here going out to Vernon Mon- We carry three of the best 7" ,

:day in the interest. of his candi- knocker fertilizer distributors ',' V '>;
dacy. that there Dunn-Coleman Co > \ Harness, -':

V candidate You want to dress stylish; geta
W. N. Sheats a for "
"' State Superintendent of Public shirt waist and skirt or a dress Planters and Distributors, the best made

Instruction, spent Sunday night from B. Blake & Co. and you will ,

here and, mingled 'with friends be in style.; Spring Tooth Cultivators: 'V V

Monday. There is only one best place in

.'' Mrs.f Susie King who has been town to get everything you want ... V
: _.. ," See us before you by. .
"- spending some days here with and that is at,T. L. Wells&Bros

her .sister, Mrs. Gocdson ireturned store. ..

{ ';' '" to her home' Cottondale Buy that Easter dress foryourselt V

... .. yesterday. or your daughter from us; '

V R.-. W. WIthrow and wife of Red we have just what' you want.-- Dunn-Coleman c h pi 1

B. Blake & Co. Company
,,. ,:. Oak, lao, :who: have been ,spfnd1 -,, '* ? ,
;1 ing-some weeks at Lynn Haven, The ladies are invited to Campbell -

havereturned: to Chipley for a & Dekle Co's to see their A. G.' McQUAGGE. General ManaJ

,short sojourn, before starting, lovely line of dress 'goods and

'\ for their home. trimmings. -




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